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Aberdeen Women's Alliance
Aberdeen Women's Alliance (AWA) is the consultative forum for women who live or work in the city, established to ensure two way dialogue between the Council and the women in the city.
Women individuals and members of women's and community groups are invited to become members. We welcome men who support the principles of the Aberdeen Women's Alliance.
Lead Group Meeting Dates 2011/12
- Monday 7 November
- Monday 9 January
- Monday 20 February
- Monday 3 April
- Monday 11 June AGM
They all take place on Monday evenings at 5:45 pm in the Town House, Broad Street and are open to all AWA Members.
Dependent care expenses and public transport costs are available.
For further information about becoming a member or about our meetings please contact Sandra Bruce on 01224 523039 or email: email@example.com
16 Days of Action - IDEVAW
On Saturday 27th November 2010 the AWA held an event to bring awareness to the issue of domestic abuse for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The event was called the 'Fashion victim Show : A black eye is not the new pink', which was a theatrical fashion show, along with a workshop facilitated by Grampian Women's Aid, at Torry S. Fittick's Church, Walk Road. Clothing for the show was kindly provided by Shelter. Please see our promotional flyer for more details. AWA Fashion victim Show
If you would like to be involved, please contact us on 01224 523039 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebration of International Women's Day
Aberdeen Women's Alliance held a celebration of International Women's Day 2010 on Monday 8 March from
6pm - 9pm in the St Nicholas Room, Town House Broad Street. This year, Aberdeen Women's Alliance used the World Café format to bring together women around different tables with the focus of the evening "Use your Vote". Guest speakers shared the recent work of the Workers' Educational Association on celebrating the Women's Suffrage Movement and told us what it's like to grow up in Tanzania and why we should vote in this year's General Election.
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