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International - Event Notice
Friday March 06 2009
06:00 PM

International Solidarity for Women's Liberation

category international | gender and sexuality | event notice author Thursday February 19, 2009 14:41author by Rebecca Galbraith Report this post to the editors

International Solidarity for Women's Liberation,

London 6 March

7:00 to 9:00 pm

Location: Room 3A University of London Union (ULU) Malet Street London WC1 7HY Nearest Tube station( Russel Square)

Description: A public meeting to celebrate International Women's Day

As women in countries including occupied Iraq and Afghanistan fight to defend the most basic human rights, women across the world are being hit by the economic crisis - through job losses, wage cuts, cuts in services, increased domestic violence and in many other ways. We, activists in the women's and workers' movements, are organising this meeting to celebrate International Women's Day in the way its founders meant it to be celebrated: by promoting the international struggle for women's liberation.

Speakers: .

-Jean Lambert (Green Party Member of the European Parliament) .

-Terri Judd (writer for the Independent) .

-Maria Exall (Communication Workers' Union, national executive).

-Tamar Katz (an Israeli school students jailed for refusing to serve in the occupied Palestinian territories).

-Laura Schwartz ( Feminist Fightback).

-Houzan Mahmoud (Organisation of Women's Freedom in Iraq) .

For more info email. Tel: 07534264481.
or ring 07971 719 797

Organised by Organisation of Women’s Freedom in Iraq- UK

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