Current Campaigns / Exhibitions
International Women's Day 2024
Fife Violence Against Women Partnership will be recognising International Women's Day, which takes place on Friday 8th March 2024.
There will be two events held in Fife, organised by partner organisations:
- Fife Women's Aid are holding a creative performance called Dancing on Eggshells, followed by a Q&A session. The performance has been designed and developed by a group of women who are engaged with their services. This event is open to everyone and will take place on Friday 8th March at 12noon at the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes, KY7 5NX. There is a maximum of 50 attendees so book early to ensure you get a place. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
- Fife Centre for Equalities are holding a celebration event to mark International Women's Day. This will take place in the Dunfermline East Church, Nightingale Place, Dunfermline, KY11 8LW from 12pm to 4pm. There will be a range of activities and workshops and much more offered by organisations, groups, and individuals from around Fife. Everyone is welcome to pop in to find out what's happening in their community and take part in one of the workshops on the programme. Tickets are free, but please register for the event.
- Fife Council's Cowdenbeath Communities Team are holding a walk on Monday 4th March. Meet at the Willie Clark Centre at Lochore Meadows at 11:15am. FREE to attend with FREE refreshments and a flower for every woman. More details to follow.
- Dunfermline Soroptimists are holding an 'Inspiring Inclusion' event on Thursday 14th March at 7pm in the Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline. The event will include three speakers who will talk about their own experiences and a round table discussion on how we can “inspire inclusion”. This event is free and the group ask that those attending bring a pack of girls or ladies pants to donate to Smalls for All. Places must be booked by the 8th of March by emailing email@example.com See their Event Poster.
Violence against women and girls, in any form, has no place in our vision for a safe, strong, successful Scotland. It damages health and wellbeing, limits freedom and potential, and is a violation of the most fundamental human rights.
We campaign and raise awareness of Violence against women, hoping to create change in our communities.
Related Publications and Links
- #consent FVAWP2019
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