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International Women’s Day Bristol 2022

Festival of Ideas
Bristol Women's Voice

City Hall  |  Free

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Join Bristol Women’s Voice at City Hall for a free-to-attend fun, interesting and inspiring day of workshops and activities to celebrate International Women’s Day 2022.

Bristol Women’s Voice has been standing up for women’s rights in Bristol for more than a decade, with International Women’s Day becoming its annual flagship event. This year’s theme is ‘Break the Bias’ and the programme includes more than 25 events brought to you by the women of Bristol. The full programme is now available and can be downloaded below.

This year Bristol Ideas and Bristol Women’s Voice have partnered on the following event:

Panel Discussion: Bristol Mayoral Referendum

11:00-12:00, Bordeaux Room

Cllr Jos Clark, Jaya Chakrabati, Cllr Emma Edwards and Estella Tincknell discuss the importance of the mayoral referendum, taking place in May. Carole Johnson, co-chair of Bristol Women’s Voice, chairs the discussion.

Find out more about Bristol Ideas’ Referendum 2022 project here.

International Women’s Day Bristol 2022

The full programme is now available. Find out about all the events taking place in City Hall on Sat 5 March 2022.

Presented by Bristol Women’s Voice

Bristol Women’s Voice is a grassroots charity working to make women’s equality in Bristol a reality. In addition to the charity’s campaigning work, which spans a diverse range of issues – from health and economic inequality to disability and women’s safety – Bristol Women’s Voice brings women together to celebrate their achievements, share ideas and to influence practice and policy change across the city.

More information

  • Translations available in British Sign Language, Arabic, Somali, Mandarin, Cantonese and Sylheti available at sessions as marked. Please ask at the Bristol Women’s Voice desk in the foyer.
  • Photos will be taken throughout the day which may be used on the Bristol Women’s Voice website, promotional material or social media. If you do not wish to be included in any photos, please wear a ‘no photos’ sticker which can be collected from the BWV desk.
  • Bugle player Celeste Cantor-Stephens will be playing for us at key points throughout the day, so keep an ear out!
  • Food and drinks available throughout the day from the City Hall Cafe, and you’re welcome to bring your own.
  • A first come, first served free crèche is available in 2 hour slots in rooms 1P08 and 1P09 see them for more details.
  • A buggy park is available in the right hand entry to the council chamber. This area will not be supervised so any items are left at your own risk.
  • Hearing loops are on setting T.

For any queries, please contact

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