The Women and Girls Alliance Leeds are exploring whether Leeds needs a women’s centre.
The online survey is open until Sunday (18 February 2024) and a final participatory workshop in a series of three takes place on Monday 26 February, 9:30am-1pm at the University of Leeds.
The survey and workshop are part of a Feasibility Study exploring if Leeds needs a Women’s Centre.
The first two workshops in January explored women’s hopes and dreams. That may be a Women’s Centre, or it may not be.
This workshop aims to build on those conversations, exploring how to make whatever women want a reality – right here and now in Leeds. Participants will consider together how to be ambitious with their plans whilst taking into account the wider context.
An organiser explained:
“The day will begin with a short presentation, so that everyone in the room has the same baseline information. From this we will build a rich picture together of what the next steps could be.
“We invite you to join us to share your wisdom & ideas. We extend a warm welcome to all women from different communities & cultures who live, work & socialise in Leeds.”
This is a women only workshop. This includes trans women and gender nonconforming people who are comfortable in a gendered, women-centered space.
Light refreshments will be available.
To book onto the workshop please click here
To take the survey please click here
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