Green Witchers Birding Group
Meeting Tuesday 5 July 7.00 pm
Green Party Women invite you to the second meeting of the "Green Witchers" where we will be sharing photos/stories/passions about our favourite birds.
Tuesday 5th July @ 7pm.
For women interested in birds - from beginners to experts. Whether you have hundreds of birds on your Life List or are just trying to distinguish a sparrow from a blue tit, this is a chance to get together and share our encounters with birds.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: July 5, 2022 07:00 PM London
Register in advance for this meeting: Register
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Green Party Women Book Club
Next Meeting Tuesday 28 June 7.00 pm
We will be discussing Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer.
Drawing on her life as an indigenous scientist, a mother and a woman, Kimmerer shows how other living beings offer us gifts and lessons, even if we've forgotten how to hear their voices. Pleae buy from your local, independent bookshop, or it is also available from:
Join us for a friendly discussion inspired by the book. There is no compulsion to have read it all! AND please bring your ideas for future books.
Register for the meeting on Green Spaces, for Green Party members. Green Spaces
Green Party Women invite you to an unmissable event
police spies out of women's lives!
Tuesday, 21 June at 7.00 pm
Helen Steel, environmental activist, McLibel campaigner and feminist, who was deceived into a relationship with an undercover cop, will be "In Conversation" with Jenny Jones, Green Party peer and campaigner against the Police Bill. Joining them will be Elise Benjamin, a former City Councillor and current GPW Membership Secretary, who will reflect on her own experiences of Spycops.
Helen is the author, with four other women, of the recently published book, "Deep Deception" (Ebury Press) News from Nowhere which tells the story of their struggle to uncover the truth about the police officers who tricked them into intimate relationships. It lays bare the shocking level of state interference with democracy and the callous disregard for the emotional devastation resulting from this institutional sexism.
All are welcome to join us. Please register in advance to attend by zoom.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Jun 21, 2022 07:00 PM London
Register in advance for this meeting:
Green Witchers Birding Group
First meeting Tuesday 7 June 7.00 pm
For women interested in birds - from beginners to experts. Whether you have hundreds of birds on your Life List or are just trying to distinguish a sparrow from a blue tit, let’s get together and share our experiences as women birders.
Where is your favourite patch? What has been your best birding encounter? How do you deal with those annoying men in hides who know it all?
Register on Green Spaces to receive the Zoom link Green Spaces
Green Party Women invite you to our next meeting of
the Book Club - Tuesday 31 May at 7.00 pm
We will be discussing the novel Flight Behaviour by Barbara Kingsolver
Available £9.99 from women's cooperative bookshop: News from Nowhere
Or second-hand from: Justbooks Or use your local bookshop or library!
Come along for a friendly discussion inspired by the book. No compulsion to have read it! And bring your ideas for future books to share.
Register on Green Spaces and we will send the Zoom link. Green Spaces
Green Party Women invite you to our next meeting of the Book Club
Next meeting: Tuesday 26 April 7pm.
Register here for the Zoom link.
Friday 4th March, 12.30-1.45pm via the official Spring Conference schedule
"How I got into Politics"
Launching our network for supporting GPW members to get into politics and supporting those elected
Headline Speaker : London Assembly Member Caroline Russell
When : 7pm, 21st March . Registration required, please click here
(9780007306213 Fourth Estate £8.99)
Come along for a friendly discussion inspired by the story. No compulsion to have read the book! And bring your ideas for future books to share.