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Myrtle Simpson, Professor Dame Sue Black and Horse McDonald included as 2017 ‘Outstanding Women of Scotland’ inductees
Ten Scottish women from the fields of the arts, culture, politics, activism and science have been honoured and inducted into the esteemed Saltire Society ‘Outstanding Women of Scotland’ community at a special event held at Glasgow Women’s Library last night.
Nominations are now open for the ‘Outstanding Women of Scotland’ awards.
Glasgow Women’s Library and Stellar Quines have launched a Play Amnesty to showcase female playwriting talent.
Our Spring Programme 2017 is now officially launched!
Glasgow Women’s Library are working with Adopt an Intern to recruit an Events Coordinator for a part-time, 12 week contract.
We’re delighted to announce the winners of our Bold Types: Scottish Women’s Creative Writing Competition 2016.
The festive season is fast approaching and we’ve put together a list of the perfect ethical presents that you can buy from your favourite library. All the items that are sold from our shop, both online and in the library, help to support our life-changing work. Not only do we celebrate women’s lives, histories and achievements […]
Are you curious about the woman on the Royal Bank of Scotland’s new £5 note?
Women’s History Scotland are looking for entries to the Leah Leneman Essay Prize competition, a bi-annual prize of £100 for a new essay in the field of Scottish women’s and/or gender history.
Performer and artist Donna Rutherford joins us at Glasgow Women’s Library in January 2017 for an early showing of her project Unsaid Lullaby. Donna tells us about this brand new video and performance project in her own words and includes an invitation to collaborate for those who wish to share their own experiences on the subject of being childfree.