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Join us for this exciting event. Spread the word, forward this blog, print out the flyer (from our website), tweet about it. It’s only a week away.

Women’s Studies Without Walls

An initiative to return Women’s Studies to its rightful place – informing and encouraging women everywhere to take radical feminist action through learning and sharing skills, experience, and information.

WSWW is launching with a weekend gathering on the theme of ‘The Personal is Political’

at the Feminist Library, 5 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7XW

(nearest tubes Lambeth North, Waterloo, Elephant and Castle)

19 January 2013 11am – 11pm, including evening social

20 January 2013 11am – 5pm


Join us for a great weekend of networking, consciousness-raising, feminist history, fiction writing, skills and knowledge sharing, radio production, self defence, films and much more

Wheelchair accessible. Kids’ space available

Suggested donation on entry: £2 -10

Catering will be provided. Contact us for more information.

Programme is now on the website.


Please register in advance:


Website (Flyers and posters for printing can be downloaded here)

Twitter @feministlibrary

Phone 020 7261 0879

Facebook event page


All self-defined women welcome

See you there, sisters


The Feminist Library – Archiving and Activism since 1975
5 Westminster Bridge Road



020 7261 0879



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