Nottingham Feminist Action Network (NFAN) announces ‘Nottingham Women’s Conference’, a women only event, to be held on Saturday 21st September 2013. The conference aims to focus on the key issues that face women today. The three main themes of the conference are the objectification of women, violence against women and girls, and women, poverty and power. The primary motivation of the conference is to promote new ways of thinking about women’s rights and to provide an opportunity for networking and most importantly, to reach women who ordinarily would not consider themselves as a feminist.
'Imprint Movement and Anti-Sexual Harassment movement launched a campaign called "Eid without Harassment" which took place on Talaat harb square and street on the 9th and 10th of August from 4pm until 10pm.
We divided ourselves between 3 teams; patrolling, awareness and operations. We spoke and interacted with bystanders on the importance of rejecting this crime and rejecting violence.
Nasrin Sotoudeh, 50, is an award-winning lawyer, human rights activist and mother of two who is sentenced to six years in prison. She has been detained and imprisoned since September 2010. Ms. Sotoudeh is a member of the Defenders of Human Rights Center, the One Million Signatures Campaign to Change Discriminatory Laws against Women, and the Society for Protecting the Rights of the Child.
This June 2013, Women Living Under Muslim Laws traveled to Nottingham for the 2013 Feminist and Women’s Studies Association conference. In the course of a lively discussion about religion, secularism, law and gender discrimination ignited by our name and history we found itself at the centre of what one member of the audience called the most exciting debate of the day.