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Archive for February, 2009

Date:
22 February 2009
Time:
19:30 – 23:30
Location:
The Brass Monkey
Street:
Drummond Street

Come along and watch a film with us and then have a chat afterwards.  A really great chance to come and get to know the network, especially if you find the thought of coming to discussion groups intimidating.

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Next EFN meeting

The next EFN will be on the 1st of March, in conjunction with Reclaim the Night. We will be making banners from 2-5 at the McDonald Road Library, please come along to help us prepare for the amazing Reclaim the Night March on the 8th of March.

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Reclaim the Night Gig

In order to raise money for causes to end violence and the fear of violence against women, comedienne and activist Liz Ely is being sponsored to wear a beard for a week! Motivated by the lack of funding for women’s organisations, Liz came up with idea as way to gain both funds and attention for women’s organisations.

‘I’m too lazy to run a marathon, and too much of a wimp to throw myself out of a plane. What I am good at is getting attention, and I have a very high embarrassment threshold’

The week of beard wearing will commence on the 20th of February, and Liz will keep a live blog of her experiences.

http://ladybeardchallenge.blogspot.com

‘I am passionately committed to the fight against men’s violence towards women, hopefully when people ask me why the hell I have a fake beard on, I can tell them a bit about Reclaim the Night. I can use my attention seeking nature for good instead of evil’.

The beard challenge will be launched on the 18th of February, starting 7.30 at The Bowery with performances from raging eccentric Withered hand, the more ballsy Americana sound of glasgow based trio Sparrow and the Workshop and Fence collective favourite Jo Foster.

The money raised will be split between Reclaim the Night 2009, a march taking place on international women’s day, and Zero Tolerance an Edinburgh based organisation committed to tackling violence at its cause.

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