2020 WAW conference, ‘Women Breaking Barriers.’
2019 WAW conference, ‘Women's rights are human rights: Enhancing Women's rights in Wales.’
2018 WAW conference, ‘The Great Leap Forward: Embracing the Istanbul Convention in Wales to end violence against women and girls!’
2017 WAW conference, ‘BREXIT really is a Women's Issue.’
2016 WAW conference, ‘The Women of Wales Care about Europe.’
Archif Menywod Cymru / Women’s Archive Wales has prepared walks for 12 towns/cities in Wales and if you live in Wrexham, Llandudno, Bangor, Aberystwyth, Carmarthen, Narberth, Swansea, Pontypridd, Abergavenny, Cardiff, Barry or Penarth there is a walk for you.
Go to the Women's Archive website
www.womensarchivewales.org to read more and to download the free booklet to organise your own group to walk the walk https://www.womensarchivewales.org/en/womens-heritage-walks-2021
Historians in these towns have researched and recorded the histories of ten interesting but often forgotten or neglected women or groups of women, whose stories can be followed and interpreted along a specific route.
Altogether we have unearthed the stories of circa 120 different women around Wales. These walks usually take about an hour and a half.
So don your walking boots and some suitable clothing and learn more about more notable and remarkable women in Welsh history.