Dub: Feminist Walking Tour 2011


For the past three years hundreds of people have taken to the streets to take part in the Feminist Walking Tour of Dublin, marking International Women's Day. Following the enormous success of previous years, we are once again stepping out to tell the often forgotten stories of the Dublin women who have shaped the world we live in.


What: Feminist Walking Tour 2011
When: 1pm Sunday March 6th 2011, 

Where: Meet at Fusileers Arch St Stephens Green (followed by a walk through Dublin city)

"The tour will tell stories of the women who have changed Irish society from the women of the 1916 rising and Cumman na mBan to today's women activists who work to reduce poverty and discrimination in our city," The walking tour is an enjoyable and interesting way to learn about and celebrate the achievements of women past and present. What better way to mark International Women’s day?" comments Sinead Ahern

As always the Feminist Walking Tour will follow a new route this year and will incorporate different aspects of women's history in Dublin and Ireland. There will be guest speakers at various stops through the city, and it will take approx 2 hours. The tour will finish with a social lunch, where tea, coffee and soup will be provided.

The tour is open to all ages and genders. Please contact us if you have any accessibility or other needs.

**There is no charge to take part in the Tour** 

Some of the stops from the previous two walking tours are included in the Map of Radical Dublin

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