News for September

If there’s a theme to this month’s newsletter, it’s gender and the workplace. You’ll find items on the recent Gender Pay Gap report, and on two important historical strikes by female workers.

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Working with Girls and Young Women Conference: ‘Challenging Ideas of Control and Consent’

Youth and Policy, Feminist Webs and the Empowerment People Present a A CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR…

Working with Girls and Young Women Conference: ‘Challenging Ideas of Control and Consent’

A space to debate and share good practice. 22nd – 23rd October 2016. Hinsley Hall, Leeds

We are delighted to announce that this Conference for youth workers, which will include a mix of plenary/ presentation-style sessions, workshops and interactive events.

Conference Participants are invited to offer workshops for sharing ideas, interests and practice, and in return get a FREE PLACE at the conference including food and accommodation.

For more information, to register to run something (and get your free place) see The Attached Consent or Control Information Sheet

(please note the deadline for this has been extended until Monday 12th September, 5pm)

For paid places you can book these here: http://tinyurl.com/controlconsentconference


Feminist Webs newsletter for August

For the latest in ideas for youth work with young women and girls and a round-up of events and information, have a look at our August newsletter here. Lots of events coming up that are aimed at young women and girls, as well as at youth workers – check the deadlines as some are close!

Tree of Knowledge, by Dmitriy October (via Flickr)


July’s newsletter is online

Find it here!

Read our feature on Reign - anti-CSE project for 16-25 year old women

The August issue is coming very soon…


A better world IS possible

I know many of us feel scared about the anger, racism and general division facing our country. If you want to do something positive, then please BUY A PIN BADGE from us, with Jo Cox’s motto on it: “More in common than that which divides us”. The proceeds from sales will be split between the Refugee Council and the anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobic schools’ project: Equality and Diversity for Peer-Led Projects (at The Proud Trust).



A Better World Is Possible

I know many of us feel scared about the anger, racism and general division facing our country. If you want to do something positive, then please BUY A PIN BADGE from us, with Jo Cox’s motto on it: “More in common than that which divides us”. The proceeds from sales will be split between the Refugee Council and the anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobic schools’ project: Equality and Diversity for Peer-Led Projects (at The Proud Trust).



Feminist Webs Newsletter is back!

For the latest in ideas for youth work with young women and girls and a round-up of events and information relevant to our work, have a look at our June bulletin here. It includes a poll to help us choose the new Feminist Webs logo – so send us your vote!

Please email suggestions, announcements or updates for inclusion in next month’s newsletter to feministwebs@yahoo.co.uk