Women's History Month

 Women's History Month 

 

This year, the Students' Union is running a month long campaign for Women's History Month throughout the whole month of March, with a focus on sustainability and intersectionality. Join us for a rammed pack schedule of events including vulva cupcake giveaways, a natural hair series (In collaboration with our Celebrating Black Excellence campaign), and a sustainable fashion upcycling competition! 

Check out our blog posts:

5 Facts about Florence Nightingale 

Books to read for Women's Hisotry Month from the Sustainability Committee

 

Events

 

Sustainable Period Product Trials
3rd March midnight - 31st March midnight
WHAT ARE SUSTAINABLE PERIOD PRODUCTS? Did you know that an average menstruator will use more than 11,000 disposable menstrual products in their lifetime? This can amount to spending up to £18,450. Disposable menstrual products can also be damaging
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
“Redefining Feminism" Peaches Golding OBE in conversation with Bassmala Elbushary
3rd March noon - 1:30pm
To launch UWE Bristol's Womens' History Month, we are proud to welcome Peaches Golding OBE (Her Majesty's representative in the City and County of Bristol). Peaches Golding OBE (Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Bristol) In Conversation with Bassmal
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
Celebrate Phenomenal Women
5th March noon - 1pm
Design your very own card (physical or digital) to send to a phenomenal woman you know. This could be for your mum, sister, gran, colleague, friend or postwoman! This event is part of UWE Bristol Women's History Month
womens history month
Women's History Month Badges
9th March 10am - 31st March 7pm
Collect or design a free badge
Campaigns | UWE Halls Life | womens history month
Sustainable Fashion Giveaway
15th March midnight - 22nd March 11:59pm
We're giving away a sewing machine, 10 upcycling kits and 10 books!
Bower Ashton Event | Glenside Event | UNION - Green / Sustainable | womens history month | Let's Talk Trash
Women History Month: Making a Zine Workshop
17th March noon - 1:30pm
For Women's History Month, Library Services are pleased to offer this Zine workshop. Come along and learn about the wonderful world of zines and make your own. No experience of making zines required. Join the session on Blackboard Collaborate.
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
Womens' Rights in Sudan - Guest Talk by Bassmala Elbushary
17th March noon - 1:30pm
Sudan is a country with diverse cultures, traditions, and tribal backgrounds. Women's rights are still, to this day, a matter of debate. In 2019, the government introduced a law against FGM, however, there are many women's rights issues yet to discus
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
Women's Journeys: Intersections of gender, race and culture
18th March noon - 1pm
Chaired by our VP Education from the Students' Union, three women at different stages of their career at UWE will give a brief outline of their own personal journey, issues they have faced and their aspirations for the future.
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
Vulva Cupcakes Kits for Women's History Month
22nd March midnight - 28th March 11:59pm
Online and collection from SU Receptions
Frenchay Event | Glenside Event | Free | Alcohol Free | UWE Halls Life | womens history month
A Year In Conversation with Augusta x WHM
24th March midnight - 31st March midnight
The aim of this is to instigate conversations around equality, equity and inclusivity. Augusta will discuss issues including discrimination, systemic change, being an ally, new initiatives and more.
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
Celebrate Phenomenal Women
24th March 1pm - 2pm
Design your very own card (physical or digital) to send to a phenomenal woman you know. This could be for your mum, sister, gran, colleague, friend or postwoman! Say thank you, send some love or just tell them how phenomenal they are.
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month
Natural Hair Series: Beauty in Every Texture
24th March 5pm - 6pm
The natural hair movement is vastly growing and we are here to support this movement and to create more awareness about it, especially in the Bristol community. Despite Bristol being rich with diverse cultures, people are still having difficulty acce
Bower Ashton Event | Celebrating Black Excellence | womens history month
'Violent, refractory and noisy girls': women and youth justice in Bristol and beyond
24th March 5pm - 6pm
Red Lodge was the first reformatory school founded exclusively for young women. It was opened in Bristol in 1854 under the superintendence of Mary Carpenter, a leading female advocate of deprived and delinquent children in mid-nineteenth-century Engl
Bower Ashton Event | womens history month

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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