Women’s History Month is an annually celebrated event that was put into place to explore and recognise the journey of women making an impact and creating change in society. It highlights the contributions and achievements of women in our world today.
Apart from celebrating the social, economic and cultural achievements of women, it is also a time to address issues facing women and girls worldwide such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and female genital mutilation etc. This March, UWTSD Lampeter campus will be hosting a series of events to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s day.
To mark this occasion, we are looking to interview women on campus and around Lampeter as part of the Women’s History Month project. Interviewees would need to be comfortable to have themselves recorded on camera. We are especially interested in hearing from women who belong to marginalised groups such as women of colour, disabled women, LGBT+ women and neurodivergent women.
So if you feel like supporting this project by joining in to suggest ideas on things you think we should be doing or taking part in this project as an interviewee please feel free to contact us.
For more information, please contact Mary Bowen-Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Written by Sandra Oladokun
The interviews from this fantastic project will be screened at the Cliff Tucker Theatre, Lampeter on Tuesday 26th March along with an international snack sale.
All proceeds will go to charity.
See event details here
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