Following our trips to London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, Cambridge and Bristol in 2010, we put together a booklet which documents the discussions we had in each city and which we hope will inspire more women to continue the conversation in their own towns.

You can download a copy of the booklet (PDF document) here: Women Speak Out booklet 2010 – 11

And if after reading that, you’re keen to hold your own Women Speak Out-style discussion for inclusion on this blog, please click here for further information on how to do so.


6 Responses to “Women Speak Out – the booklet”

  1. 1 ls_livesey April 27, 2010 at 13:18

    A great idea – could it be used as a way of linking up activism too alongside UKFeminista?

    • 2 LonerGrrrl April 27, 2010 at 13:48

      Hi, thanks for your support. We’re intending on using UK Feminista to spread the word about this project & we’ve contacted the different feminist networks about taking part, as it would be great to map women’s voices and feminism across the country. At the moment, we’re still setting up discussions and so we will see what emerges!

      Michelle x

  2. 3 Hannah May 5, 2010 at 15:33

    This sounds really interesting – I would love any further info you have 🙂

  3. 4 Kerry May 7, 2010 at 15:01

    I am rea;lly interested by this! I have been living in London for 6 months now and am struggling to find a feminist group (or feminist related discussions) that don’t exclude men (I am a woman but feel uneasy about barring men). I would love more info! And if any one has an idea of other groups out there it would be great to know.

  4. 5 Gill May 27, 2010 at 15:06

    Ace! This sounds great. I’m going to try & bring some young women I’m working with along to the Nottingham event 🙂

    It’ll be good to see you Michelle (we’ve met up before through Subtext magazine) *waves*


    • 6 LonerGrrrl May 27, 2010 at 16:14

      Hi Gill *waves* – that would be great! We’re currently firming up plans for our Notts trip & details will be posted next week. It would be brilliant to get younger women involved – hopefully you can make it.

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