SIATC & Ladyfest Ten Organisers lead workshop at UK Feminista Summer School

SIATC & Ladyfest Ten Organisers lead workshop at UK Feminista Summer School!

We are excited to be a part of the first ever UK Feminista summer school!

Storm in a Teacup & Ladyfest ten organisers: Verity Flecknell (SIATC), Annette Barlow (The Girls Are…) & Susan O’Shea will be leading a workshop on Saturday afternoon about how to organize feminist art and music events.

How to run a Ladyfest/ Feminist Arts events Seminar Room 2 : 2.45pm-3.45pm.

Amnesty International Human Rights Action centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard EC2A 3EA.


Please note: further sessions and speakers are still being confirmed and a full agenda for the Summer School will be posted here soon!
DAY 1: Saturday 31st July, 10:00-17:00
Speakers confirmed: Zoe Williams, the Guardian; Karin Robinson, Democrats Abroad; Shaista Gohir MBE, Muslim Women’s Network UK; Heather Harvey, Amnesty International UK; Denise Marshall, Eaves; Baljit Banga, Newham Asian Women’s Project; Kat Banyard, author of The Equality Illusion & Director of UK Feminista; WOMANKIND Worldwide; Fawcett Society

Workshops: How to run a feminist group; running an effective campaign; fundraising skills; SIATC & LADYFEST lead a workshop in the afternoon.

Panel discussions & seminars: The importance of feminist organising; the feminist year ahead; men and masculinity

DAY 2: Sunday 1st August, 10:00-17:00
Speakers confirmed: Kira Cochrane, the Guardian; Hannah Pool, journalist; Michelle Daley, Disability Awareness in Action; Pragna Patel, Southall Black Sisters; Jess McCabe, the F Word; Joy Millward, Principle; Julia Minnear, Women’s Environmental Network; OBJECT;  Lynne Parker, Funny Women

Workshops: How to use the media; how to influence local and national politics; creative campaign and direct action; promoting diversity within feminist groups; public speaking skills;

Panel discussions & seminars: Women and the media; Feminist Question Time; Why climate change is a feminist issue
See you there!
Verity Flecknell
Storm in a Teacup

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