International Women’s Week

Gender Agenda

Gender Agenda

Issue 4 Lent 2003

The magazine of

Women's Union

International Women’s Week

International Women’s Week celebrates the role of ordinary women as makers of history and
is rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing
with men. Below are just some of the events going on in Cambridge – join the celebration!
Events are open to everyone, so come along and bring your friends!

Got an event you’re organising? Let the International Women’s Week Co-ordinator know (Jo
Read, and have it added to the ever growing
list of events!


  • March 1 – Self-Harm Discussion Forum. 2 to 4 pm, Homerton

    An opportunity to talk about self-harm in an informal setting: guests will include staff
    from the University Counselling Services and anyone is welcome to attend. More info from 

  • March 2 – Self-Harm Discussion Forum. 2 to 4 pm, Caius

    As above but in Caius!

  • March 4 – Fashion. Statement. 8.30 pm, Great Hall, King’s College

    King’s Couture presents a fashion show of clothes made by real people for real people
    followed by an auction of the clothes in aid of Eating Disorders UK & the Clean Clothing
    Campaign. More info from

  • March 5 – Reclaim the Night: Looking Gorgeous!

    Meet in the Market Square at 8.30 pm with your glad rags on to say no to violence on the
    streets at night. More info from

  • March 5 – Gender Agenda Benefit Night! 10 pm to 12 am, King’s Cellars
    Boogie the night away and help support Gender Agenda!
  • March 2 – 8th. Art & Action – celebrating Women’s Art & Activism. 10 am to 5 pm,
    King’s Art Room

    A diverse collection of women’s art intersperced with info on recent and ongoing Women’s
    Union campaigns around Cambridge. More info from


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