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Women’s History Network Community History Prize 2017

Women’s History Network Community History Prize 2017

The Women’s History Network is a national association and charity for the promotion of women’s history and the encouragement of women and men interested in women’s history. Established in 1991, the network reaches out to welcome people from any background who share a passion for women’s history.

This annual prize of £500 is awarded to the team behind a Community History Project by, about, or for women in a particular locale or community which has been completed between the 1 January 2016 and 31 May 2017.  It has been sponsored by The History

A Shock, An Event, An Outcome – Women Taking Life On-Board


House of Lords
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Further information :

WWAFE Seminar 1 – Wednesday March 15

Cttee Rm 1 House of Lords, 5.30pm for 6pm-8pm

 

What about women? Do these ‘world’ changes impact on our action, our hopes, our intentions, our future and if so how? What about changes occurring directly in our own lives – what are they, how have they impacted, have they taken us in directions we never contemplated? What action have we taken to address the shocks, the sudden opportunities, the epiphanies? How can we make the best of change and changes, whether ‘out there’ …

WWAFE 2017 HOUSE OF LORDS SEMINAR SERIES

House of Lords
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ENORMOUS CHANGES AT THE LAST MINUTE

WOMEN, TRUMP & BREXIT

A seminar series on women’s rights, challenges, perspectives, hopes and empowerment

 

Baroness Joyce Gould, WWAFE Patron, chairs our 2017 series: Enormous Changes at the Last Minute – Women, Trump & Brexit. WWAFE – Chair Dr Jocelynne A. Scutt, Cttee Members Ahlam Akram, Dinner Event Organiser, Ian Beckerton, Treasurer & Administrator, continue WWAFE founder Elizabeth Sidney’s work with fundraising dinners, participation in UN CSW, and our House of Lords annual seminar series.

 

Enormous Changes at the Last Minute is the title of short story …

ORLANDO: WOMEN’S WRITING IN THE BRITISH ISLES

 

NOTICE

 

Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to
the Present” will again be free during March, Women’s History Month,
at orlando.cambridge.org/.

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Since last March we have added 2 new entries, plus a load of updating to accommodate new knowledge.

 

Thank you, Cambridge
University Press.

 

Enjoy!

Isobel Grundy
Research Director, Orlando…