We’re delighted to announce that the next Annual General Meeting of Nottingham Women’s Centre will take place at Cleaves Hall Conference Centre, 6 Castle Gate, Nottingham NG1 7AS on Wednesday the 18th September at 13-16.00 (registration 12.30)
We do hope that many of you will be able to join us as we reflect on our activities over the last year and celebrate the achievements of our community.
During the AGM, members will be asked to elect new trustees to the board and re-elect some of the existing trustees.
In addition to the formalities of the AGM itself, we will be showcasing the successes of our various projects via a range of presentations and performances. Light refreshments will be available to all attendees.
In order that we can cater appropriately, please register your attendance by following this link
by 26th August 2019.
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you to the AGM.
|12.30 – 13.00
|13.05 – 13.50
||Accounts, Trustee election
|13.50 – 14.00
|Update from the CEO
|14.00 – 15.30
|Nottingham Women’s Centre – a hub for women where women’s lives are being transformed
From specialist support, through courses, activities and social events to campaigning for the right causes!
A small selection of presentations and performances showcasing our impact
|15.25 – 15.30
||Close & Thank You
|15.30 – 16.00
||Food & networking
Nottingham Women’s Centre is open to trans women and some non-binary people but we don’t always get things right. We used language that was excluding and othering towards trans, including non-binary people, when asking people to categorise their gender in a recent consultation exercise. We used the terms ‘female from birth’ and ‘male from birth’ and since people are not given a choice about their gender when they are born this is not an appropriate category to use for anyone. We regret not checking this wording, despite the ready availability of best practice guidance and our commitment to consult the trans community on matters that affect them. We would like to thank Notts Trans Hub for bringing this to our attention and giving us a chance to work with them and others to improve our understanding of appropriate language and how to make the Centre more welcoming to trans women including some non-binary people.