International womens day

2017

8th March, 2:00 - 6:00 pm

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Poetry workshop

with the Community Education Forum

3.15 - 4.00 pm

There will  be poetry written by women in telling their stories and discussing the autobiography of some of the women writers such as Maya Angelo. Spring boarding from Muriel Rukeyser's famous lines, "If just one women told the truth about her life/the world would split.”   we will give chance to young women who are going to read their own poems providing testimony’s of their journeys and how they see the world around them. Those young girls have been part of the Community Education Forum’s supplementary school when they were at school. 

 

Talk and discussion

with Sian Alexander and Prof Maggie Dallman

3.15 - 4.00 pm

Sian Alexander (Lyric) and Prof Maggie Dallman (Imperial College) will lead an inspirational discussion about women achieving success.

 

Boxing for all people

with Action on Disability and M.E.M Academy

4.15 - 5.00 pm

Natascia (Action on Disability) and Nadia (M.E.M  Academy) will deliver a fun interactive workshop that aims to provide women with an opportunity to find out what boxing is about and what it can do for you! You can put on some gloves and enjoy trying it out.  This workshop will also provide women with a voice for us to better understand what women and girls want from sports locally.

Action on Disability is a disabled-led organisation rooted in Hammersmith & Fulham and is working with disabled people across west London. We want to create more opportunities for disabled people, tackle isolation and fragmentation in a more focused and coordinated way.

M.E.M (Mentor, Educate, Motivate) Academy is a Community Interest Company that works within all aspects of our community; to engage with and to empower, young people, men and women into Boxing and Fitness. We are passionate about wellbeing and seek to provide everybody with the opportunity to establish and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

 

 

Writing to Exhale

Creative writing by the WILDE foundation

4.15 - 5.00 pm

Have you been quiet or silenced? Have you stopped yourself from speaking your mind? Do you need a place to let go, shout and release? Writing to Exhale is a unique empowerment writing workshop; created as a space for self expression. This workshop is designed to support you in discovering your writing style. Whether you’re just beginning, need creative inspiration, or want to start journaling with greater discipline; this work-shop will get you started.

Facilitated by Author & Writer; Rasheda Ashanti Malcolm, BA, MA

 

Be bold for change in your community

with Elise Pacquette

4.15 - 5.00 pm

What change do you want to see in your community? It’s a question we may often be asked. What if you feel so passionate about an issue that you feel driven to be the change and make it happen yourself. This is where Elise found herself 3 years ago.  With no experience of running a business and feeling completely inadequate, she none the less took the plunge. As well as running her social enterprise she is now passionate about helping others to see what they have in themselves to start a similar journey.  This thought-provoking and practical workshop uses her unique experience as someone who knows the journey from the kitchen table to a successful social enterprise.  It will include practical tips of how to start an enterprise from scratch and the opportunity to learn from Elise’s mistakes. If you would like to explore what it means to Be bold for Change in your community come to this workshop and find out what you already have within yourself, as well as some extra things you will need to start the journey of a life-time.

 

 

 

for adults

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