May 2022 - WDI is writing a book. We are asking for article proposals from women all over the world. Interested? Read more.
A hybrid conference (up to 150 of us in real life and lots more online) in London on Saturday 1st April 2023. 9am-5pm. Near Old St tube or Barbican tube. Women's Declaration International invites you to a day of speeches, workshops, networking, internet livestream link to global sisters and hopefully fun. If you would like to attend, help plan, organize, volunteer on the day, run sessions, etc, please email [email protected] or fill in this form https://forms.gle/bFLntzbBzrm4zd6M8
We will livestream the whole thing, so you can participate online too.You can use the normal FQT attendee login so if you are registered for FQT you are registered and need to do nothing further. If not go to Womensdeclaration.com and register for Feminist Question Time and you will get a Zoom link the week before.
With four rooms, a garden and a coffee area, the speakers/workshop leaders include: Sheila Jeffreys, Lierre Keith , Zuleyka Valentin Arroyo, Kaïla Atarou Manfah, Christina Ellingsen, Julia Long, Amparo Domingo, Kate Coleman, Stephanie Davies-Arai, Amber Alt, Paula Boulton, Maureen O'Hara, Marian Rutigliano, Lynne Harne, Emma Thomas, Sally Wainwright, Louise Somerville, Jan Williams, Kelly Frost, Kate Graham, Alison Jenner, Lynn Alderson, Shannon from HearSheHearShe, Jo Brew and many more!
The theme is What is to be done, so talks and workshops will focus on what we should do next.
After the day, we have booked some tables in a pub 10mins walk away to mingle and buy food and drink. We have also booked their private room which will be a quiet space for chatting until around 7.30pm. From 8pm we will turn the music up and dance the evening away! Please get your free ticket here and join us: www.bit.ly/womensdiscointernational
In order for WDI to break even ( & hopefully increase our war chest ), we need all of us to support the event both financially (by buying tickets, and donating funds) and also through volunteer activities ( in preparation, day of, and cleanup ).
Register for WDI weekly Feminist Question Time here. Every Saturday from 3-4.30pm UK time.
WDI UK has published its first piece of research into the provision of single-sex accommodation and same-sex medical practitioners in NHS trusts in England and Wales. Download a copy here.
WDI, our country contacts and our founders regularly respond to consultations on issues involving women's sex-based rights.
More book titles can be found here.
For use by any interested in carrying out lobbying activities:
WDI letter to the UN, July 2020