Posted by: the3rdi | March 4, 2011

The Future of Feminism: documentary & debate

On Saturday 12th March ‘Summer School’, a brand new documentary about the incredible upsurge in feminist activism over recent months, is being screened at the Southbank Centre’s WOW Women Of the World festival in London. Be one of the first to see the full-length documentary, filmed during a UK Feminista activist event in 2010, and join
the post-show discussion on the future of feminism!

Click here to watch the trailer for ‘Summer School’…….. ( )

Date: Saturday 12th March 2011
Time: 2.00-3.00pm
Venue: WOW festival, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London. SE1 8XX

Speakers in post-show discussion include: Pragna Patel, Southall Black Sisters ( ); Matt McCormack-Evans,
founder of Anti Porn Men Project ( ), and Kat Banyard, UK Feminista ( ).

Tickets: Buy your £12 day pass for the WOW festival ( ) here ( ). (This
pass will enable you to attend loads of other fantastic sessions taking place at WOW during the day. For a full list of sessions click here ( ))

International Women’s Day 2011

8th March is the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day (IWD) – and there are events taking place across the country. For a listing click here
( ). Highlights include:

Million Women Rise ( )
5 March, London
Women-only march to end violence against women.

EQUALS? Soul Train ( )
8 March, nation-wide
Dance for equality with EQUALS? – the IWD coalition – by organising your own soul train or coming along to the central London event.
Visit the website ( ) for full details of EQUALS? events.

Women Against the Cuts demo ( )
8 March, London
Demonstrate against the attacks to the welfare state and public services – which are hitting women hardest.


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