Tag: BME Project
This project takes place in the natural environment at a mystery location, exploring and connecting with Scotland’s natural heritage. Through theme based conversations across generations of migrant families, we make links between nature, homelands and heritage.
What treasures are in YWCA’s basement? Come and explore the history of Glasgow YWCA and of the women involved. Tell your own life story and create your own scrapbook and archive. Learn how to look after old documents. Take part in discussions and fun activities.
Glasgow Women’s Library offers a fun packed programme for all women over the summer period which includes arts & crafts activities, visits to Musuems, Arts Galleries and places of worship, film screenings and outdoor activities. Arts & Crafts Workshop Monday 5th July, 10.30am – 12.30pm Monday 12th July, 10.30am – 12.30pm Tuesday 20th July,10.30am – [...]
GWL lifelong learning staff travelled to Dundee International Women’s Centre in February and March as part of our National Lifelong Learning programme. Morag and Syma led a session introducing GWL’s mobile exhibition She Settles in the Shields. This exhibition tells the untold stories of migrant women in Pollokshields. Told in their own words, the women [...]
Women’s Walking Event: Inspiring and engaging culturally diverse women into walking.
Our annual report for 2008-2009 is now available to download.
The She Settles in the Shields exhibition offers a unique opportunity to meet the women who travelled to Scotland from all over the world, in search of family, love and security. The exhibition will be complemented with photographic archives of South Asian pioneers by artist Basharat Khan.
This Volunteer post has now been filled Providing assistance and support to the project team to organise a launch and exhibition for the Women, Migration and Pollokshields Projects.
Glasgow Women’s Library’s AGM was held on Wednesday 26th November at our Parnie Street home. Friends, supporters, learners, staff, volunteers and Board members alike enjoyed a relaxed and positive meeting and were in celebratory mood as we reflected on the past year at GWL.