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Oxford International Women’s Festival

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Womens Day

Celebrating Women's Lives

Saturday 25th February - Sunday 12th March 2023

Join us for two weeks of events around Oxford celebrating women’s strengths, successes & solidarity.

The Oxford International Women’s Festival (OIWF) exists to celebrate women’s achievements and solidarity and to highlight local, national and international issues. It is organised by local women to reflect a wide range of backgrounds and experiences – and has played a significant part in the community for over a quarter of a century.

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