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Engender Annual General Meeting: Scottish women and the vote

Engender Annual General Meeting: Scottish women and the vote

Grassmarket Community Centre, 86 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh EH1 2QA.
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November 10, 2018, 11.00 – 12.45

Grassmarket Community Centre, Edinburgh

The booking deadline for this event has passed. If you would like to attend, please email info@engender.org.uk.

Join us for our Annual General Meeting (AGM), which will take place on Saturday 10th November at 11am (doors at 10.30) at the Grassmarket Community Centre in Edinburgh.

Our AGM is an opportunity to hear about the work of Engender over the past year, to vote for our new board members, and to catch up with feminist friends old and new.

This year, to mark 100 years since some women were first given the vote, we'll be hosting a discussion about the legacy of the Representation of the People Act and what it means for us today.

There will be plenty of coffee and cake to keep us going, so please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when you book.

All are welcome to attend (although only members can vote), and you are welcome to bring children along. The venue is fully accessible.

Please let us know on the booking form if you require any assistance to make it possible for you to attend.

The booking deadline for this event has passed. If you would like to attend, please email info@engender.org.uk.

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