We are delighted to announce the winners of the 11th Bold Types Creative Writing Competition.
During 16 Days of Action Against Gender Based Violence, Glasgow Women’s Library and Amina – The Muslim Women’s Resource Centre are taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge.
Together, we’re raising vital funds for our partnership project YOU CAN CHANGE THIS.
Our ethical gift guide is here! Visit our shop online or in person and support a unique charity whilst giving something different, special, ethical & unique this Christmas.
We carry on our blogs on the Edinburgh Women’s Centre Archive by delving into the contentious issue of reproductive rights. As one of its founding demands passed at the 1971 […]
Through a public fundraising appeal and with support from the National Acquisitions Fund, GWL was able to succesfully bid on a hunger strike medal awarded to suffragette Maud Joachim in 1909 by the Women’s Social and Political Union.
Help us fundraise to acquire this important piece of #herstory
As we enter Autumn and eventually the new year we’ll be focusing on and honouring the importance of listening, paying attention and some of the quieter acts of resistance that can be overlooked amongst many demanding distractions.
We are delighted to announce Rabiya Choudhry’s illuminated artwork ‘Give light and people will find the way (Ella Baker)’, commissioned by The Common Guild for ‘anywhere in the universe’ has been gifted to Glasgow Women’s Library by the artist and will remain in place here at the library as a permanent installation.
We are delighted to be throwing open our doors for Doors Open Day 2023.
Visit the beautiful Category B-listed Carnegie Library, home to the world-famous Glasgow Women’s Library since 2013. Get to know the library, archive, museum and our year round programme of events dedicated to women’s lives, histories and achievements. We’ll be open 10am – 4.30 pm on Friday the 15th and 12noon – 4pm on Saturday the 16th of September. No need to book, just pop in!
Be bold and submit your short stories and poems to our annual writing competition. We’re following Book Week Scotland’s theme – ADVENTURE. Feel free to interpret the theme in any way you like and we can’t wait to be enthralled by your entries!