Last Month London Met University announced plans to sell off the Women’s Library. If a new home is not found by December 2012 the University will run the library as a skeleton service, opening only one day a week. Continue reading
Below is a model letter that women’s and feminist groups can send to Malcolm Gillies – Vice Chancellor of London Met. Feel free to amend the letter and email to firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading
NUS Women’s Conference (13-15 March) gave the left many reasons to look forward to the year ahead. NCAFC women who were delegates at the conference discuss elections, campaigning and the NUS Women’s Campaign vote to organise a 2012 national demo Continue reading
NCAFC Women are supporting Kelley Temple in the elections for NUS National Women’s Officer at this week’s NUS Women’s Conference (13-15 March, Leeds). Kelley Temple is not part of the NCAFC, but we are supporting her because we think her election can be a step in building the fighting student women’s movement we are working towards. As part of this, and in order to realise that potential, we are seeking to build a serious, organised left-wing with NUS Women’s Campaign.
Kelley Temple is standing against incumbent Estelle Hart for NUS Women’s Officer. NCAFC Women wrote to Kelley, as the more left-wing of the two candidates and as the challenger, to ask her some questions about where she stands so we can discuss whether NCAFC Women will support Kelley’s campaign. Here’s what she said… Continue reading
We’ve all probably experienced sexism in our unions – whether it’s sexist club nights; the fact that women students are under-represented as sabbaticals; or a lack of support services for women students. Have you had enough? Jennifer Krase (NUS Women’s Committee and Bangor University student activist) certainly has! Continue reading
Kelley Temple is standing against incumbent Estelle Hart for NUS Women’s Officer. We are writing to Kelley, as the more left-wing of the two candidates and as the challenger, to ask her some questions about where she stands. Continue reading
Taking inspiration from women’s movements of the 1970s we intend to organise our activity around a Charter for Women in Education. Continue reading
The following is a statement from members of the NCAFC Women’s Committee on the behaviour of Committee member Fiona Edwards at NCAFC Conference (Liverpool, 28-28 January). Continue reading
The following motion was passed at NCAFC National Conference, 28-29 January 2012.
It will form the basis for NCAFC Women’s activity going forward from the conference – if you have ideas or comments please comment or get in touch as email@example.com Continue reading