Never seen such devoted sisters

Int Women’s Day On International Women’s Day the city is filled with events to celebrate and emphasise women’s rights.

Cph, all day Thu

 

Ethnic women’s rights This particular one focuses on ethnic women and their influence on the media and right to vote in Denmark. Visit the exhibition ‘Vote from Kringlebakken’ and enjoy a concert by the international choir ‘The world’s Sirens’, which consists of 30 women from 20 different nations.

Verdens Kulturcentret, Nørre Allé 7, Cph N; thu 17:00-19:00; 8220 5140; www.kubik.kk.dk

 

Demonstration for equal rights A demo for equal salary, legal abortion, better maternity conditions and laws on equal representation in councils and committees. The day includes speeches (in Danish), music and hot drinks.

Nytorv, Cph K; Thu 17:00-19:00; free adm; www.demos.dk

 

No to prostitution and women trafficking  This demonstration at City Hall Square against prostitution and women trafficking includes speeches and music as well as the demonstration.
Hannah Schneider provides the musical entertainment. Afterwards, the speeches and music continue at the nice surroundings in Huset i Magstræde, where you can get a nice bowl of hot soup as well. Rådhuspadsen, Cph V; Thu 16:30-19:00; and Huset i Magstræde, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; 18:00-21:00 ; contact Hansina Djurhuus at 4148 5538; www.8marts.dk

 

Beer tasting for women This event is more aimed at the laid-back feminist or simply just beer enthusiasts. The event includes a tour of the brewery, a lecture from brew master Birthe Skands from the Brewery Skands, and a three-course meal.

Brewpub Copenhagen, Vestergade 29; Cph K; Thu 18:30; entrance 345kr; sign up  at 3332 0060 or info@brewpub.dk; www.brewpub.dk





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