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BRIGHTON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2017

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The Great Big BWC Feminist RAFFLE!

This year at IWD we are giving you a chance to win one of FIVE exclusive BWC goodie bags, containing such gems as... 2 Warpaint tickets 2 Bridget Christie tickets Voucher for a 3 course meal at Terre a Terre... Continue Reading →

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Sign Up For Workshops

We have an amazing line up of workshops for you at Brighton IWD 2017 (see full list below). Spaces are limited and are expected to be in great demand this year, so to avoid disappointment come and sign up when the... Continue Reading →

Cultural Sharing Area

The cultural sharing area will feature an eclectic mix of artists and public speakers who will celebrate and provide historical context to International Women's Day. IWD is not only about acknowledging the struggles of being a woman, it is also about... Continue Reading →

Brighton Women’s Centre Drop In Space

BWC's Peer Group Drop-in service is open three days a week to all women in need of emotional support, advice and information, and operates from our premises at 72 High Street, Kemptown. For the first time ever they are providing... Continue Reading →

Complementary Therapies

Maja Jordan and her team will be offering a range of low cost complementary therapies including Indian Head Massage and Reiki. About Maja Jordan Maja is passionate about alternative therapies and recently became Reiki Master of Usui System of natural healing.... Continue Reading →

Children’s Area

The Early Childhood Project host a dynamic and nurturing children's area for children and their carers to enjoy together. There will be activities for a range of ages from 0 - 12, plus plenty for parents and carers to browse... Continue Reading →

Panel Discussion: Do We Need Women Only Spaces?

Always one of the most popular events at IWD, this year's panel discussion and audience Q&A addresses the question ‘Do We Need Women Only Spaces?’. We are thrilled to introduce our 2017 panellists (l-r) Katharine Sacks-Jones, Lisa Dando, Natasha Scott, Caroline... Continue Reading →

Open Space Discussion with Brighton Women’s Centre

Sophie Gibson of Brighton Women's Centre invites you to join our Open Space Discussion: What does it mean to be a Feminist in the twenty first century?  What is an Open Space event? It is an interactive, inclusive and dynamic way... Continue Reading →

In Conversation: Women and Photography

Join photographers Marilyn Stafford and Nina Emett as they each present a selection of photographs from their work based on the theme of women, hosted by Miniclick facilitator, Jim Stephenson. They will also launch The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award for women... Continue Reading →

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