Ever wondered what feminism really means? Why it is such a bad word? What relevance does it have today? Does gender have any impact on our daily lives? And what is difference between "sex" and "gender"?
Our Workshops provide a safe space to explore these questions and find fulfilling answers.
What is a feminist dad? And what can feminism offer dads? In this workshop we focus on how to be a good role model, how to counter sexism, and how to be a caring and nurturing man and father.
Workshop feedback shows that dads appreciate the opportunity to learn more about feminism, to share parenting experiences with other well-meaning dads, and also to discuss how to be caring and respectful parents, partners and individuals.
What does it mean to be a feminist? Who can be a feminist? And is there a right and wrong way of doing it?
Join us on a unique journey through feminist history. Add your voice as we discuss key moments in literature, art, politics, music, sport, and science to develop our understanding of feminism.
You'll discover knowledge you didn't realise you had as we join together the pieces of feminist history and women's achievements in this fun, interactive workshop.
We will identify different stages and criticisms of feminism and consider intersections with race, LGBTIQ, age, and disability politics. We look for silences and unacknowledged voices, and consider the privileges and biases in our own perspectives.
How do you make a feminist choice? How and when do you confront sexism? How do you make empowered and informed choices in love, life and careers?
In this engaging workshop, we'll explore how to feel empowered and make informed choices when facing tough everyday questions, as well as the broader, deeper questions about relationships and careers.
Ever felt like there was something you really wanted to say but you just weren't sure how? We're exploring the why and how of women's speech and writing with the help of some amazing women writers and gender experts.
This is our fabulous launch for a feminist writing course to run in Oxford in early 2018.
The event will include presentations from rising-star feminist writers sharing their work and discussing what it means to express their gender in their writing.
There will be a chance to share your ideas about what feminist poetry means to you, how gender is expressed through poetry and language, what it means to write as your gender, and some of the challenges of writing women's experiences, platforming a variety of voices in conversation.
We also invite presentations from YOU of your own work and/or that of your feminist heroes.