Throughout 2022, the Wages for Housework Campaign is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of events, in person and online, and the launch of its community archives. More info here.
The Global Women’s Strike Experience—Part 1
When: Saturday 28 May, 2-4pm, in person
Where: Bishopsgate Institute, London EC2M 4QH
CRISSIE AMISS, UK: Global Women Against Deportation (GWAD), Women Against Rape, Women of Colour Global Women’s Strike (GWS)
CHARLOTTE LEE, Singapore/UK: International Prostitutes Collective, GWS
LIZ HILTON, Australia/Thailand: Empower, Community Women Human Rights Defenders Collective, GWS
BENOIT MARTIN, Quebec/UK: Payday – a network of men campaigning with GWS
LU NJOKI, Kenya/UK:All African Women’s Group, GWAD, Women of Colour GWS
MAGGIE RONAYNE, Ireland: NUI Galway, trade unionist, GWS
Chairing: NIKI ADAMS, UK: English Collective of Prostitutes, GWS
Followed by Q&A Some panellists have been with WFH/GWS for years while others are newer members. They bring their experiences of organizing as part of an international network with a shared perspective. How has this changed their lives?