‘We Want Our Rights’ asserted the banner of the young women who went on strike in Bridport in 1912.

This study day , organised by South Wales and West of England Women's History Network (SWWEWHN),  provides the opportunity to explore how Bridport women of different social classes and ages demanded their rights in the period before, during and immediately after the Great War. Hosted by Bridport Museu

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BUT WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT  DR. KAREN HUNT WILL REPEAT THIS POPULAR LECTURE ON TUESDAY 27TH NOVEMBER AT LSI AT 7.00PM. (doors open 6.30pm)

Tickets £4 each available via Eventbrite. Click Here to Book.

Join us for  the opening of our exhibition, Politics and Protest: Posters from the Women’s Liberation Movement and the launch of Hatpins to Hashtags in Bridport. 

These dynamic posters celebrate the activists of the Women’s Liberation Movement (1970-2000) who spoke out and campaigned against discrimination and inequality. They ask us to think: what has been achieved, what is still to be done?

All welcome and refreshments provided.

The software we use is increasingly seen as a political issue, but it’s easy to be distracted by the promises made by easy to use online software. There is an active, global, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement that makes it possible to learn to do almost anything, but the first steps can be the hardest.

How can we start to own and control our data and the online systems we use?

The software we use is increasingly seen as a political issue, but it’s easy to be distracted by the promises made by easy to use online software. There is an active, global, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement that makes it possible to learn to do almost anything, but the first steps can be the hardest.

How can we start to own and control our data and the online systems we use?