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Wen's Autumn Gathering

Autumn Leaves

Wen (The Women's Environmental Network) is pleased to invite you to the Autumn Gathering 2021.

Wen is looking forward to finally meeting and celebrating the local Tower Hamlets community and its amazing growers. Come to share, learn and celebrate how community gardens have withstood the challenges of Covid, and how they are growing hope for the future!

There will be talks, workshops, stalls, a tour of local gardens and some delicious food to share. Wen look forward to seeing you there!

Date: Thursday 23 September 2021

Time: 10:00 - 15:00

Location: 

Southern Grove Community Centre

Southern Grove

London

E3 4FX

Register your place here.

 

Wen (The Women's Environmnetal Network - Organiser of Wen's Autumn Gathering - Growing Hope

 

WHO IS WEN?

 

We are the Women's Environmental Network. A network of people taking action for a healthier planet. Our feminist values are at the heart of what we do -  we believe that the fight for gender equality is inextricably linked to environmental, racial and social justice.

 

 

WHAT DOES WEN DO?

 

Wen works on issues that connect gender, health and the environment. 

 

 

HOW DOES WEN WORK?

 

We campaign nationally as well as taking practical actions at a local level. Campaigns include Environmenstrual, exposing issues around harmful chemicals and promoting local food systems. Key to our approach is working with women at a local level, where we are based in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, on issues ranging from air equality, to community food growing.  

 

 

OUR WORK

 

Current work includes: the Environmenstrual Campaign, coordinating the Tower Hamlets Food Growers and Food Partnership. Running the Live Well cooking and growing classes in Poplar.  The Soil Sisters project - bringing therapeutic horticulture to women's refuges in East London.  Convening a Feminist Green New Deal policy paper and set of principles. 

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