international women's day 2011

Women workers in Exeter united for International Women’s Day

Posted on: 3 February 2011

South West TUC is organising an event in Exeter for Women workers united against cuts and inequality around the world for International Women’s Day

Women workers united again cuts and inequality around the world on Tuesday, March 8 at Exeter Corn Exchange

International Women’s Day is a good time to reflect on how public sector cuts are affecting women workers at home and abroad. Unions are mobilising against the cuts that are impacting heavily on women.

The day-long event features talks and performances. It is also a good time to celebrate the fun and success of women of different cultures and we hope to have some exciting song, dance and theatre activities throughout the day.

Invited speakers include migrant women workers and a senior woman trade unionists from Nepal as well as Sally Brett of the TUC.

See also: International Women’s Day Exeter

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