Socialist feminism! Everyday sexism! Women's struggles past and present!
Janine's annual poetic appearance at Ealing TUC's annual event!
More details to follow.
You can read a detailed report of this talk here.
Janine will be taking part in a panel discussing violence against women, focusing on sexual harassment at work and on public transport. She will then be facilitating a workshop.
I fancied some titilating photos
so I went on an upskirting hunt
I didn't really care about consent,
that's if I'm being blunt
I came across Sir Christopher
and thought I'd have a punt
I'd capture a peek of his private parts,
I'd chortle and I'd grunt
It seemed to me a great idea,
a harmless and witty stunt
But what was the image my camera showed?
Janine performs in Netherfield, Nottinghamshire at a Gedling Labour Party event celebrating women.
As well as two 20-minute poetry sets from Janine, there will be local women performers and speakers.
Full details to follow.
A public meeting/discussion, organised by Lewisham Workers' Liberty
Venue: Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archive, 277 Bancroft Rd, London E1 4DQ.
Free entry. All welcome.
With speakers, refreshments, and copies of the pamphlet available for just £2.50 per copy.
Janine gave this talk at 'East End Women Take Action', an event held on 24 September 2016, organised by the East End Women's Museum.
In 2012, the End Violence Against Women coalition published a poll showing the extent of women's fear of travelling on London Transport. RMT issued a press release, including a quote from Janine, which you can read here.