Revelations from a three-month student placement

Ronja’s time on placement at GWL was full of revelations… What can they possibly be?

Recruiting Volunteer Tour Guides and Tour Guide Assistants

We’d like to grow our team of volunteer Women’s Heritage Walks tour guides and tour guide assistants and would love to hear from you if you are interested in women’s history, or want to learn more, and who want to contribute to making women’s achievements, lives and contributions more visible and better known.

National Lottery funding awarded for digital volunteering

Glasgow Women’s Library has been awarded £19,424 of National Lottery funding to launch a digital volunteering initiative and break down barriers to contributing to and accessing heritage.

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What we’re doing for COP26

In the lead up to and during COP26 we have a range of ways you can find out more about women’s role in tackling climate change and come together with others to learn and share experiences.

Volunteering Opportunity- Adult Literacy and Numeracy Tutors

We are looking to recruit a small team of volunteer literacy and numeracy tutors to support our Adult Literacy and Numeracy (ALN) project. Tutors offer weekly one to one or […]

Connecting with Kurdish women

A few months ago a former volunteer, Jenni, contacted us to let us know about a group of women setting up a women’s library in the Kurdish region of Iraq where she had spent some time volunteering. Would we like to make a connection? Of course, we did!

Finding Jessie

Jessie Stephen (1893-1979) was a twentieth-century British suffragette, labour activist and local councillor, who spent much of her life in Glasgow.

Una Donna by Sibilla Aleramo

Our volunteer Joy shares her thoughts on this new translation of Una Donna by Sinilla Aleramo, first published in Italian in 1906.