UK Feminista Summer School 2011

We are so excited to hear about this years UK Feminsita Summer School coming up in August. Storm in a Teacup and Ladyfest Ten were there last year running a workshop on how to organise a Ladyfest. This year members from East London Fawcett Group and Strom in a Teacup collective will be going to Birmingham for this amazing FREE annual Feminist event.
The UK Feminista Summer School is a unique two-day event for anyone who is or wants to get active in feminism. You’ll learn crucial campaigning skills in everything from how to use the media to how to take direct action.
Two days of training, inspiration and solidarity. And best of all, it’s free! Last year’s event booked up in a matter of days so book your place now!

REGISTRATION: Click here to register.

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Workshops and talks
Saturday’s line-up will include talks and workshops on: • Running a feminist group
• Influencing politicians
• Consensus decision making and facilitation
• Using the media
• Non Violent Direct Action
• Women and the revolution: what the Arab Spring holds for women

Sunday’s line-up will include talks and workshops on:
• Regional meet-ups and networking
• Running an effective campaign
• Promoting diversity in feminist campaigning
• Fundraising
• Creative campaigning
• Women and the cuts
• Global feminist networks and organising

Speakers include: Mozn Hassan (Nasra for Feminist Studies), Nesrine Malik (the Guardian), Hannah Pool (UK Feminista), Emma & Abi Moore (Pink Stinks), Rosalind Miles, Shahida Choudry (Women’s Networking Hub), Cath Elliot (Too Much to Say For Myself), Estelle Hart (NUS Women’s Campaign), Louise Jenkins (Eaves), Tamsin Omond (Climate Rush), Anna Bird (Fawcett Society), Chitra Nagarajan (GAPS & Black Feminists) Matt McCormack Evans (Anti Porn Men Project), Kate Nustedt (Women for Women International), Adam Ramsay (People and Planet) and Darinka Aleksic (Abortion Rights).

Travel & Accommodation
See UK Feminista website

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