Category Archives: Events

In or out of Europe: what does it mean for women?

Coventry Women’s Voices, Coventry Women’s Networking Group (WNG) and Coventry Feminists invite you to: Date and time: Tuesday 21st June 2016, 7pm – 9pm Venue: Coventry Council House – Diamond Rooms 1 & 2 Earl Street, Coventry CV1 5RR The … Continue reading

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Community and Resistance Seminar Series

Centre for Communities and Social Justice (CCSJ) and Black and Minority Ethnic Staff Network Black History Month Thursday 30th October  12.30 -2.30pm Frederick Lanchester Building, Room 209 Let’s talk about Black Men  In the UK there is a rich tradition … Continue reading

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Happy International Women’s Day! To celebrate Coventry women Reclaimed the Night!

On Saturday 1st March 2014 over 100 women took part in the first Reclaim the Night march in Coventry City centre for 30 years.  The event was timed to coincide with International Women’s Week, an annual event, which takes plan on … Continue reading

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Layers of Inequality – the impact of public spending cuts on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women

Unite and Coventry Women’s Voices invite you to: Layers of Inequality – the impact of public spending cuts on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women Wednesday 5 March 2014 at 1-3 pm Committee Room 16, House of Commons, Westminster, London … Continue reading

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REPORT LAUNCH – Layers of Inequality: A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women in Coventry

Coventry Women’s Voices, Coventry Ethnic Minority Action Partnership, Foleshill Women’s Training and the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, School of Law, University of Warwick invite you to the launch of  Layers of Inequality: A Human Rights and Equality Impact … Continue reading

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Coventry Women’s Voices away day 9.30 – 12.30 am – Saturday 11 May, Kahawa Café, 163 New Union Street, Coventry

What should Coventry Women’s Voices be working on in 2013 and beyond? How do we build our organisation? You may have been an active member of Coventry Women’s Voices since we started, you may have joined our mailing list but … Continue reading

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Coventry University’s ‘Women and Social Justice’ Series

The first seminar in Coventry University’s ‘Women and Social Justice’ Series, is taking place on Thursday 21st February at 12.00 midday-2.00 pm in Jaguar Building (Refreshments & Lunch Included). ‘Exploring the concept of sexual exploitation’ Dr Pam Lowe (Aston University) … Continue reading

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Fight the Council Cuts

Public Sector trade unions in the city representing city council workers are launching a campaign against the enormous cuts to our public services that will be voted on in the Council meeting next month. Pictured is a copy of the … Continue reading

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VOICES AGAINST THE CUTS: WOMEN AND AUSTERITY

Angry about what’s happening to benefits, jobs, pensions, many of our services, rights, and our NHS? What can we do about it? Chair: Lisa Dando Director Brighton Women’s Centre Speakers: Caroline Lucas MP Olufemi Hughes formed Community Dialogue for Change … Continue reading

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Christmas Caroling for CRASAC

This Christmas Coventry Feminists and friends will be Caroling for Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC)!  Please volunteer to join our unruly gang of feminist carolers and raise some vital funds for this awesome charity! Coventry Rape and Sexual … Continue reading

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