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You'll have had yer feminism?

Engender has been working for women's equality in Scotland for over a quarter of a century, and in that time we've seen big changes - in legislation, in how feminism is viewed, and in the organisation itself. So we were delighted to receive funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to produce a documentary podcast and photo series charting the women's movement in Scotland over the past 25 years.

Using archives held by Engender, the Scottish National Library, and the Glasgow Women's Library, and through interviews with dozens of women, Amanda Stanley presents 'You'll have had yer feminism?'.

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The project also involved working with photographer Beth Chalmers to take photos of women who have been involved in fighting for women's equality - in all its forms - over the years.

See some sneak peaks of the photos here, and check our events page to find out where you can visit the exhibition.

Dr Angela O'Hagan being photographed in front of St Andrew's House
Women at the Dundee International Women's Centre
Some of the Engender archives held at the Glasgow Women's Library
Patrycja Kupiec having her photo taken
Dr Esther Breitenbach being interviewed at the launch event
Joan Irons having her picture taken at the People First Offices
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