Join us for 50/50 Day on Wednesday 10th May where thousands of events around the world will be holding film screenings and discussions, and will be linked together by a global Q&A, all talking about how we can get to a more gender balanced world.
There will be a 20 minute screening of the film ’50/50: Rethinking the Past, Present, and Future of Women + Power’. We’ll then be linking into a 24 hour global live Q&A that unifies all the film screenings and features prominent leaders from diverse perspectives discussing how to get to a more gender-balanced world in all sectors of society: business, politics, culture, and home.
To view the trailer click here – https://vimeo.com/206148991
To visit the facebook page for this event click here – https://www.facebook.com/events/651350395065126
This event is taking place from 8.15pm until 9.30pm at Central Community Centre, Emlyn Square, SN1 5BP. There is also a talk by Catherine Mayer on gender equality at 6.30pm at the Arts Centre the same evening which is part of the Swindon Festival of Literature and which we hope you can attend too. For more information visit – http://www.swindonfestivalofliterature.co.uk/10-wed.html
We’re at a critical time in the history of gender equality and now is the time that we need to step it up even more. There have been over 300 studies that prove that more gender balance in all sectors of society make it better for everyone. Over half of the countries that rank highest on the gender equality across different sectors, also rank highest on the global happiness index.
Join us for a global conversation on what it will take to get to a more gender-balanced world. To find out more visit www.50-50day.org
This event is being organised by Voluntary Action Swindon, and is co-hosted with Swindon Equality Coalition and Swindon Feminist Network, as part of the Swindon200 project.
We hope you can join us for this special event!
Swindon200 held its first workshop on Saturday 25th March to increase understanding and develop ideas for ways that we can work together as a community to promote equality and inclusion in Swindon.
We received great feedback from the 25 people that attended and were impressed and inspired by the ideas that were generated… A big thank you to all who came and contributed!
Special thanks also to Justin Smythe for the fantastic photos from the day. If you would like to view these please click here.
If you would like to attend a future workshop please email email@example.com or telephone 01793 539398.
Please come and be part of the first Swindon200 Workshop on Saturday 25th March at Central Community Centre. This is a free event with lunch and refreshments provided.
Swindon200 is an exciting new project which seeks to promote equality and inclusion in Swindon and bring about positive change in our communities. The project launched at the Swindon Community Conference, held at the National Trust in January this year, which was attended by nearly 100 people representing over 60 community organisations. As part of this event, a new Swindon Equality & Inclusion Charter was developed by attendees and launched on the day.
This workshop will run from 11am – 3pm and will include elements of idea and project development as well as learning and skills development. It will also be an opportunity to network with others who are interested in supporting Swindon to be a model of fairness, inclusion, opportunity and fulfilment – and in taking an active role in shaping Swindon for the better.
As part of the project, we aim to sign up 200 people in Swindon to become Equality Ambassadors, a new role designed to support the aims of the project. The workshop is open to those who have already signed up to be an Equality Ambassador, as well as those who want to come along and find out more without committing at this stage.
To register for the workshop please follow this link and register by Monday 20th March – www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/swindon200-workshop-1-tickets-32466184231
If you experience any difficulty when registering please contact Hannah at Voluntary Action Swindon by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or telephoning 01793 538398.
Please do forward this on to any individuals or organisations you think may be interested in attending or supporting this project!
We hope you can make it to the workshop.