SAVE THE DATE!
On Saturday 29th February 2020, OIWF will be co-hosting the 50th Anniversary of the first Women’s Liberation Conference held in Oxford in 1970.
Happy Birthday to Oxford International Women’s Festival, 30 years old this year!
The Oxford International Women’s Festival exists to celebrate women’s achievements and solidarity and to highlight local, national and international issues. It is organised by local women to reflect a wide range of backgrounds and experiences – and has played a significant part in the community for over a quarter of a century. We work with women’s groups to support them in tackling inequality and challenges that women face on a daily basis.
I’m delighted to see that OIWF is still going strong after 30 years. The Festival is a positive celebration of women’s strengths, successes and solidarity, whilst also reminding us that there are many hills still left to climb. It’s great to see such a diverse group of women from all walks of life coming together each year to put on a huge variety of events. I wish the Festival every success!
Anneliese Dodds, MP Oxford East
Latest News: dates and theme announced for the 2020 festival
The 2020 festival will take place between Saturday 29th February and Saturday 14th March 2020
The theme for the 2020 festival is ‘Threads of Liberation’
See the 2020 tab for more info
Oxford International Women’s Festival makes the Guardian!
Our next meeting is on Thursday 12th September 2019 from 7-9pm (venue to be confirmed shortly).
Our meetings are open to all.
We meet regularly on the 2nd Thursday of the month (venues to be confirmed), from 7-9pm:
12th September 2019, Oxford Town Hall
10th October 2019, Oxford Town Hall
12th December 2019
9th January 2020
13th February 2020
If you are interested in getting involved, then please get in touch!