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Events, activities, debate, talks, arts and therapies providing opportunities to celebrate women’s culture, women’s stories, women’s wisdom, women’s identities and women’s lives.

Dundee Women’s Festival celebrates International Women’s Day, which is held annually on March 8 to celebrate economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. It is also known as the United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace.

The theme for Dundee Women’s Festival 2018 is A Vote for the Future!

The festival will run from 4th – 17th March 2018.

Our programme is now available in community venues across Dundee.

View our online version here: Dundee Womens’ Festival Programme 2018

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Unfortunately our event ‘Women and Land – Our Secret History’ has been cancelled as our guest speaker Lesley Riddoch is unable to travel due to the inclement weather.

We will still however be launching our 2018 Festival at Dundee Contemporary Arts on Sunday 4th March at 2.15 p.m.

You are invited to join us for a glass of wine and cake to celebrate the launch of our fabulous festival.

The launch is followed by a screening at 3.00 of the film Angry Inuk, featuring Inuk feminist, activist and director Alethea Arnaquuq-Baril and her fellow Inuit campaigners, who employ gutsy humour and an new connectedness with the wider world to mount a roaring challenge to antis-sealing protests.

We hope you can join us.





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