Dublin: Feminist Walking Tour


What? Feminist Walking Tour
When? IWD Sat March 8th, 2.30pm
Where? Meet at Stephen's Green Arch
Why? Education, Celebration, Visibility, Solidarity, Fun! Celebrate International Women's Day by joining us on a Feminist Walking Tour of Dublin city centre.

The tour is free (although donations welcome) and will last approx 2 hours. All are welcome to attend - no need to book.

You are also invited to come along in your best drag/ feminist fancy dress! Meet on Sat March 8th at 2.30pm at the main entrance to Stephen's Green (opposite the shopping centre).

The tour will be an informative and entertaining take on women's history in Ireland - from the Brehon Laws, through women's role in the early formation of the state, labour movements, the resurgence of feminism in the 1970's, the movement against domestic/sexual violence, and the continuing struggle for reproductive rights. There will be a particular emphasis on the contemporary women's movement in its many guises and acknowledging the challenges facing all women, particularly those experiencing poverty or exclusion as well as women from minority ethnic communities.
An information booklet/map will be provided on the day (and an activity sheet to keep the younger feminists amused!)

The tour will be followed by a social event in the evening with music and fun! Further details to be confirmed.

For more information/ to help out, email feministwalkingtour @yahoo.ie
Or phone 086 3293741

The tour is being organised by members of Choice Ireland in association with the RAG collective and other women's/feminist groups and individuals.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ International_ Women%27s_ Day

The tour was savage,about 100-150 people turned out. Congratulations to all involved Recommend reading the booklet that was made even if you couldn't make it.