NEWS AND BLOG

NEWS: #WINwomen Project

Happy International Womens Day! Ee are so excited to be launching our year long #WINwomen project! The aim of this project is to celebrate #inspirational #women alive today, who we think have created exceptional change within their community or in society as a whole....

BLOG POST: Random Acts of Connection

In the last two years, we have all had to find unusual ways to connect to those around us. Whether it was learning to use new technologies to catch up with our relatives or smiling at our neighbours on our daily government-sanctioned walk, the pandemic not only took...

NEWS: International Women’s Day 2021

International Women's Day (IWD) takes place annually on Monday 8th of March. Our calendars at WIN are brightened every year by the incredible range of events, campaigns and talks that happen on on this date. Normally, we would be hosting an inspirational in-person...

EVENT: Women Making a Difference

WIN celebrated International Women's Day 2020 with a dynamic exploration of the role of women in creating exceptional change. The speakers at the event were Paralympic Gold Medallist Danielle Brown MBE, Hadiya Mesieh Founder of Groundswell Project and Professor of...

EVENT: Bringing All of Us Together: Building Bridges

EVENT: Bringing All of Us Together: Building Bridges

  Women's Interfaith Network's award winning education project 'All of Us' hosted an event at City Hall with the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. Speakers: Dr Zubaida Haque, Deputy Director at Runnymede Trust, leading race equality think tank Nicola Noble, Head...

EVENT: Women in Conflict

EVENT: Women in Conflict

  Women's Interfaith Network (WIN) hosted a writers event in London titled 'Women in Conflict' hosted by Shami Chakrabarti, in conversation with wonderful authors Bahiyyih Nakhjanvani, Elif Safak and Saurav Dutt.

EVENT: ‘Women in Power’ Journalist Event

EVENT: ‘Women in Power’ Journalist Event

  Women's Interfaith Network (WIN) hosted a evening of journalists in discussion around the theme of 'Women in Power'. The evening was chaired by Stephen Sackur and the panel included journalists Lyse Doucet, Tarek Osman and Kiri Kankhwhende.