Oxford International Women’s Festival Presents:

‘Business as Usual? Women’s Activism Under Lock Down’

An online discussion event

Tuesday 30th June 2020

7-8.30pm on Zoom

Please join us to hear from our speakers about the challenges and opportunities for women’s activism over the last 3 months, and to share your experiences of activism under lock down

Speakers include:

Jabu Nala-Hartley: Chair of Oxford City Living Wage Campaign and Mothers 4 Justice

Sasha Johnson: Oxford Black Lives Matter

Dot Pritchard: Oxford Against Cutting

Zahra Haji Fath Ali Tehrani: Young Women’s Music Project

Caroline Raine: Trade Union and Community Activist

To register for the event, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/business-as-usual-womens-activism-under-lock-down-tickets-109301244966


The Festival is a positive celebration of women’s strengths, successes and solidarity, whilst also reminding us that there are many hills still left to climb.

Anneliese Dodds

MP Oxford East

Who we are

The Oxford International Women’s Festival (OIWF) exists to celebrate women’s achievements and solidarity and to highlight local, national and international issues. It is organised by local women to reflect a wide range of backgrounds and experiences – and has played a significant part in the community for over a quarter of a century.

Get involved and help

Whether it’s contributing on a regular basis to the committee, helping to organise an event or simply handing out flyers, there’s an opportunity for everyone to get involved.

Women on the March – a suffrage walk around Oxford City centre

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