30th November, in the evening.
A march open to self-defining women and those who are perceived as female and so experience discrimination. The only exception is male careers and dependants. It will end in the University of Sheffield students’ union in a non-alcoholic space. The event will be accessible, with a shorter march for those with mobility problems and a BSL interpreter at the vigil.
Kat Banyard and a number of local women activists will speak at the end, followed by performances from female artists.
If you’d like more information, our email address is email@example.com.
The last few years has seen a revival of Reclaim The Night marches the length and breadth of the country. Women’s groups, student union and trade union branches amongst others are organising their own local marches to involve women and men in their regions.
We will advertise UK-wide Reclaim The Night marches on this page with links to more information to enable women across the country to take part in this empowering tradition.
Watch this space for details of Reclaim The Night 2012!
Please send date and details of any local march to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 and 2011 saw Reclaim the Night marches across the country, including:
Aberdeen (first ever RTN march)
Bangor (first ever RTN march in North Wales)
Isle of Wight (first ever RTN march)
Scottish Borders (first ever RTN march)