“This is a group for women who are ‘black’ in the political sense i.e. all African, Asian, bi racial, indigenous, Middle Eastern and Latin
American women/ women with the above heritage or background. This includes trans women. It was set up to provide a safe space to discuss
the issues that affect us and meets monthly in London.”
Bristol Feminist Network is a group of women and men from Bristol and the surrounding areas who are interested in discussing feminist ideas, who believe in the importance of women’s liberation, and who actively campaign on issues of gender inequality and oppression.
Feminism In General is a London-based network which embraces feminists from all walks of life with a view to discussing anything relating to women’s issues. Meetings include a set discussion topic and are held regularly in central London.
“Feminist Fightback is an activist network developed out of conferences in 2006 and 2007. We’re inspired by the politics of a range of anti-capitalist feminist struggles, and believe that no single oppression can be challenged in isolation from all other forms of exploitation that intersect with it. We are also committed to fighting for a feminist perspective and awareness of gender issues everywhere in our movement – not marginalising ‘women’s rights’ as a separate issue.”
In 2011 the NUS’s lead campaign will focus on the impact of violence and objectification towards women students. They will also be fighting for better
rights for student parents and better representation for women in students’ unions.
The OFN was formed in 1982 and has met regularly ever since in order to give voice to the concerns of older women which they felt were being ignored in feminist circles and in society generally. Meets monthly in central London.
Sheffield Feminist Network hopes to connect feminists across the city. All feminists, pro-feminists and people interested in feminism are welcome to join the Network, no matter their gender identity. Monthly meetings are for self-defined women only.
Solent Feminist Network is a community group for feminists in the Solent area of the UK (Portsmouth, Southampton and the surrounding areas) to network, offer support and friendship and take part in feminist discussion and activism. Meetings are held once a month throughout the year.
The Women’s Group exists to provide support for Women students and to campaign on issues affecting Women across campus, nationally and world-wide. Volunteers work closely with the Women’s Officer, NUS Women’s and other institutions. All female students at Strathclyde are automatically members of the Women’s Group, however men are more than welcome to join as volunteers.