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Connect Series

Connect Series

Connect Series 2021

This autumn, we are holding our annual Connect events where we invite members and non-members to come together and hear about our work and the various areas you can get involved with. If you are interested in hearing about WILPF UK’s work or are interested in hearing about our campaigns, we encourage you to attend. 

Please see below for the dates and times of the events. On the registration page, there will be a description of each of the sessions and what to expect.

7-8pm Tuesday 21st September – Opening Session (register here)

6-7.30pm Wednesday 22nd September – Climate Justice Session (register here)

6-7pm Thursday 23rd September – Human Rights Session (register here)

11am-12pm Saturday 2nd October – Volunteer Discussions (register here)

If you are not able to attend but would like to hear more about volunteering for our campaigns, please email our Membership Secretary at who will happily set up a Zoom to discuss the ways you can get involved in WILPF UK’s work. 

Connect Series 2020

In 2020, when when we were experiencing our first lockdown, we wanted to make sure that all members of the WILPF UK community felt there was a safe space available to discuss various topics. Please click on the links below to watch the connect series from last year.

Series 1

Watch our first Connect Series session! This session was held on Thursday 18th June and features discussion by Wilpf UK Members Sheila Triggs, Taniel Yusef, Jenny Engledow and Maki Kimura.

Series 4

This Connect Series focuses on XR Peace, Climate Emergency, Militarism and Our Environment. Guest speakers include Dr. Reb Eleanor Johnson, Janet Fenton, and Jenny Engledow.

Series 2

Connect Series 2 took place on Monday 22nd June and featured Taniel Yusef, Verity Coyle, and Elizabeth Minor. This session focuses on disarmament and feminist economics. Bios and resources attached below!

Series 3

Connect Series 3 was on 30th June and focused on Women, Peace, and Security. guest speakers included Eva Tabbasam, Diana María Salcedo López, and Sylvie Jacqueline Ndongmo.