Tag: Lifelong Learning Blog
The Library is offering a guided tour of the Glasgow School of Art degree show for our learners and volunteers.
Based on consultation with those attending previous Women Make History workshops we will be holding a mystery history workshop.
Beryl De Souza works in India on behalf of Dalit women who want action which makes a real difference. This event is an opportunity to hear from Beryl about the on-the-ground projects geared to preventing Dalit women being trafficked and how to help to bring about community transformation.
Launch Event Come along and find out more about Women Make History and let us know what you want from our exciting new programme of Women Make History workshops.
A Storytelling, Creative Writing and Visual Art workshop where you can share in the wisdom of women’s ancient folktales, exploring themes of freedom and control, hopes, dreams and new beginnings. Lunch provided.
To mark the launch of our Merchant City Women’s Heritage map Glasgow Women’s Library are holding our Women of the Merchant City Walking Tour.
Now that our Spring programme is well underway we have been planning the summer months, always ahead of the seasons! What an exciting programme of events it is going to be! GWL will be popping-up in a few places.
Do you have a favourite woman, place, building, or organisation you would like to know more about? Interested in researching the first women’s refuge or the meetings of the women’s suffrage movement? We can help!
Over 120 women were inspired to take One Small Step and participate in our one day conference at the Mitchell Library on Tuesday 23rd March 2010. Delegates of all ages and backgrounds came from across Scotland, including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Alloa, Dumfries and Galloway, Ayrshire, Fife and Stirling and participated in our day of talks [...]