SNS speaking at webinar: can social workers be activists? 8 Dec

SNS speaking on Mothers & children vs poverty, state power & privatization at webinar on 8 December 6.30pm From Students Decolonising Social Work Dear friends and colleagues, Students Decolonising Social Work, a recently-formed group of student social workers from across the UK passionate about decolonising our practice, invite you to our first online event: ‘Can social workers …

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Free The Truth – 2

Monday  3 February 2020 5-7:30pm Free The Truth Event in London in support of Julian Assange. The meeting will discuss the legal campaigning vs extradition and other grasroots legal campaigns. With WAR, Nils Melzer – UN Rapportuer on Torture, and others. Organised by Deepa Driver.

Scotland Must Resist

WAR speaks at a meeting in Edinburgh on Saturday 25 Jan 2020 organised by Scotland Must Resist – Talks in defence of Julian Assange. To book seats go to Event Brite. Speakers include Craig Murray, Deepa Driver, and others.

A message of Love

WAR is speaking at St James Church Piccadilly on Wed 15 Jan from 6-8pm at a public meeting called ‘A message of love (Luke 4:18): Why should we support Julian Assange? Book seats here Venue: Church Hall, St James Church, 197 Piccadilly, W1J 9LL (access from Church Place).  Other speakers: Deepa Driver , Joanne …

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Lisa Longstaff speaking at #FreetheTruth in defence of Julian Assange

Lisa Longstaff speaks for of Women Against Rape about the weaponising of sexual offenses allegations by governments intent on covering up their war crimes -including rape and torture. Full speech here with subtitles This was an incredibly moving meeting organised by Deepa Driver, with powerful inspiring speakers including Craig Murray, Fidel Narvaez, John Pilger, …

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No Bad Women

Please note – all shows are now sold out See this page for reviews, pics, info on our cast and history of the play and trial. Some fabulous photos from the play by the renowned photographer Simon Annand: REVIEWS: Review 31: Because she was a prostitute – review by Frith Taylor . . . The …

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No Bad Women

Please help Women Against Rape and the English Collective of Prostitutes raise funds to stage a dramatic production of a rape trial where two sex workers took on their rapist in court. Call for actors,(some roles with part time pay, others travel and food expenses), technitions, stage manager, general help. Auditions 17-19 Sept For character …

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WAR’s 40th anniversary marked by Cambridge British History Sub-Committee

Cambridge University hosts a panel discussion in 2017 which marked 40 years since the founding of the group Women Against Rape (WAR). In these decades, WAR has campaigned consistently to combat rape culture and end the marital rape exemption in English law. Utilising a number of strikingly innovative methods, such as holding a ‘public trial’ …

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International Women’s Day – Strike

Friday 8 March protest 12-2pm at Royal Courts of Justice WC2A 2LL: We invite you to join and speak out at the International Women’s Strike event this Friday. We’ll be highlighting sexual violence including: -Putting the family court on trial for removing children from their mother after they report rape or domestic violence; -Our campaign …

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Support the Strikers this Thurs 4 Oct

This Thursday, 4 October, workers at McDonald’s, TGI Fridays and Wetherspoons are striking against low wages and slave working conditions: In the US, the Fight for $15 campaign is taking strike action across the country in the hospitality industry. BWRAP and WAR are joining actions wherever we are. Low wages, zero hour contracts and lack …

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