Since 2004, the London Feminist Network has organised an annual, national women’s Reclaim the Night march against rape and all forms of male violence against women.
Reclaim the Night 2015! Saturday 28th November
Assemble at Great College Street, SW1P at 6.30pm
This women-only event will end with speakers outside St Paul’s Cathedral followed by a social (mixed) at the Paternoster Bar, Paternoster Row, EC4M 7DZ.
In 2015, our speakers include:
Finn Mackay – Founder of London Reclaim The Night
Rachel Moran – Space International
Marchu Girma – Women for Refugee Women
Zrinka Bralo – Women’s Refugee Commission
Diane Martin CBE – End Demand Campaign
More event details here.
Join us for London Reclaim the Night! Close down central London for women, put your feet on the streets to shout a loud NO to rape and all forms of male violence against women.
Violence against women continues to occur every minute of every day, but women everywhere are making a stand. Join us and join millions across the globe who will be marking the annual United Nations Day to End Violence Against Women (25th November) with demonstrations and marches in their own localities.
With ideological cuts threatening the refuge and rape crisis movements in the UK we need to take back the capital to demonstrate women’s support for essential women’s services, demand justice for survivors and spread the message that no woman is ever to blame for male violence against her.
Bring placards, banners, friends and song. March for your friends and family, your colleagues, your daughters, yourself – march for all of us; march for a better world, free from violence and abuse.
London Reclaim The Night is a women-only march. Men who would like to support the event are encouraged to help organise and join the Men’s Vigil (normally at the Edith Cavell Statue).
Meanwhile, if you live in London, you may be interested in joining the London Feminist Network. We are one of the largest grassroots feminist activist organisations in the country with over 1600 members. We hold monthly meetings, book groups and seminars, and we have a lively e-mail discussion group. We organise conferences and of course, Reclaim the Night. We are all volunteers and we are unfunded. We always welcome new members and new volunteers to get involved in making feminist things happen in our capital!
Check us out on: www.londonfeministnetwork.org.uk
You can contact the London Feminist Network at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Marches are normally held on the nearest Saturday to the 25th November to mark the UN Day to End Violence Against Women. All women are welcome at Reclaim the Night, including: women of all colours and cultures, of all religions or none, women of any age, disabled and non-disabled women, heterosexual women, lesbians, trans women, bisexual women, refugee and asylum-seeking women and any other women you can think of! We would love to see you all there. Bring along your mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunts, nieces, and daughters.
Date for your diary
Saturday 28th November 2015
Assemble at: Great College Street, SW1P at 6.30pm
Women take back London on Reclaim the Night!