Links

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Supporters & Useful Links

  • Cowley Women’s Group [https://cowleywomensgroup.wordpress.com/] — Women only safe space meeting in Cowley every two weeks for friendship and solidarity.
  • Daphnet [http://www.wes.org.uk/daphnet.html] — Email forum for women scientists & engineers.
  • European Platform of Women Scientists (EPWS) [http://www.epws.net/] — Promoting change towards gender equality in science & research policy.
  • Fe-line [http://fe-line.co.uk/] — Bringing women together to share stories, learn new things, get inspiration and meet new people.
  • Film Oxford [http://www.filmoxford.org/] — Regional Hub for Film and Digital Media, supporting a community of filmmakers and digital creators.  Runs an all-women video making course, “Reel Women”, as part of the Women’s Festival.
  • New Internationalist [http://newint.org/] — The world’s leading independent publisher of magazines and books on politics, global justice and equality. Sponsor of OIWF 2016.
  • Oxford Association for Women in Science & Engineering (AWISE) [https://sites.google.com/site/oxfordawise/] — Reports of Dorothy Hodgkin Lectures can be found here.
  • Oxford Bus Company [http://www.oxfordbus.co.uk/] — This local company is keen for more women drivers to join the team and promote opportunities for women to work with them. Further details can be found here: Feb2015_JobAd_A6
  • Oxford City Council [http://www.oxford.gov.uk/] — Financial supporter of the 2015 Oxford International Women’s Festival.
  •  Oxford Feminist Network [https://network23.org/ofn/] — Activist network for women (including cis and trans) identifying as feminist or pro-feminist and their allies from across Oxfordshire.
  • Oxford Pride [http://www.oxford-pride.org.uk/] — Celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer life in Oxfordshire. Organises the annual Pride festival.
  • Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre [http://osarcc2.d7.ox4.org/] — Collective of women committed to supporting survivors of sexual abuse, rape, domestic abuse, and harassment. They offer a free and confidential service to women and girls who are dealing with the effects of sexual violence.
  • Oxfordshire Community Foundation [http://oxfordshire.org/] — Charitable organisation that award grants to local community groups that make change happen. We are grateful for their previous support.
  • Ruskin College [http://www.ruskin.ac.uk/] — Independent Oxford-based college that specialises in providing academic opportunities for adults seeking a second chance in education and to put something back into society. Financial supporter of the 2015 Women’s Festival.
  • The Midcounties Coperative [http://www.oxford.gov.uk/] — Largest independent co-operative in the UK. We are grateful for their previous support.
  • Unison Women – Oxfordshire County Unison Branch [http://www.oxfordshireunison.org.uk/wordpress/groups/women-in-unison/] — Trade union, with members in the public services and the essential utilities. Financial supporter of the 2015 Women’s Festival.
  • Oxfordshire NASUWT [http://www.oxon-nasuwt.org.uk/] — The Teacher’s Union. We are grateful for their financial support in 2017.

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