>> They talked about Go Feminist 2012
// La petite feministe anglaise – www.petitefeministe.wordpress.com
Sarah Graham wrote an article where she shares her reflections about the conference (here). Sarah is an English & French finalist at the University of Warwick, a feminist, a blogger, an aspiring journalist, and a supporter of Eaves charity.
// London Feminist - www.londonfeminist.com
Julian posted pictures and comments on the conference on her blog London Feminist. The blog “mostly talk about politics, cake and the overthrow of the patriarchy”.
// The F Word - http://www.thefword.org.uk
Jess McCabe editor of the F-Word did a few interviews during the conference, that you can watch here. She concludes her blog post by saying:”It was fabulous to see a conference that walked the walk on intersectionality”.
// UK Legal Feminist Group – www.legalfeminist.org
The UK Legal Feminist Group Posted an article (here) on the women and economics panel. The group exists to give a voice to the concerns of women in and around the law, and to bring women’s needs to the forefront of lawmaking.
// What Glass Ceiling - www.whatglassceiling.wordpress.com
The What Glass Ceiling team interviewed Bidisha during the conference (here). What Glass Ceiling is an online hub for women who work in traditionally ‘male’ jobs runned by three Journalism MA students from City University.
// We mixed our drinks - www.ontoberlin.blogspot.com/
Hannah Mudge talks about the conference and the workshop she ran: Faith & Feminism (here). In her blog, We mixed our drinks, Hannah write mostly about feminism, politics, the media and Christianity.
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