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Women's Conferences

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Since our first Women’s Conference in 2007, these events have focussed on the leadership of women, providing platforms for both young women and positive female role models to make their voices heard. Students are involved in designing, organising and hosting the conferences.

 

2014 - Educating Twenty First Century Women: Passion, Possibilities and Power Conference

2012 - Women's Science Summit

2012 - Women of the World Festival Conference

2011 - Women's Career Conference: Leadership, Engagement and Empowerment

2010 - Habits of Highly Successful Women Conference

2009 - Women's Action for Social Change Conference

2007 - Women Leading Global Change Conference

International Women’s Day Celebration and Women's Action for Social Change Conference

 

International Women’s Day (IWD) is a time of celebration and promotion of the of women’s united action for global equality and change.  It is a global day of connecting all women around the world and inspiring them to achieve their full potential.  IWD celebrates the collection power of women past, present and future!

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Magic Me

Magic Me

Magic Me brings together young and older people for shared creative activity. Mulberry School has enjoyed ten years of these intergenerational arts projects at The Women’s Library. More recently the project has been held at Bishopsgate Institute and Tower Hamlets Local History Library. The projects have created artworks, performances, installations and events that celebrate the lives of women of all ages in the group, as well as stories from the amazing collections at the host venues. 

In 2014 ‘Outspoken’ brought together Mulberry School students and local older women to work with Magic Me artists Sue Mayo and Anita McKenzie on a theatre and photography project. The group looked at the power and presence of women’s voices, and what it takes to speak out. Stimulated by archive material from Bishopsgate Institute, focussing on the voices of East End Women, the group created dramatic photographic images and made speeches about unfair treatment by friends, access to education worldwide, casual ageism, racism and everyday sexism.

Please click here to learn more about our ten years of projects in partnership with Magic Me and The Women's Library, from 2004 to 2013.

Graffiti project

AS Graphics students worked with artist Claire Rye to investigate their own cultural relationships with the area and school.

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China Week Project

In summer 2008, Mulberry recognised the coming of the Beijing Olympics through China Week, a special programme funded by China Now!

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