Join us on Friday 9 February 2018 for Reclaim the Night Wales.
Reclaim the Night Wales 2018 / Hawlio'r Nos yn Ôl Cymru 2018
📢 Women, unite! Reclaim the night! Join us on Friday 9 February 2018 for our annual march to claim back our streets. ✊🏼 https://www.nusconnect.org.uk/rtnwales ✊🏼 📢 Fenywod, unwch! Hawliwch y nos yn ôl. Ymunwch â ni nos Wener 9 Chwefror 2018 ar gyfer ein gorymdaith flynyddol i hawlio'n strydoedd yn ôl. ✊🏼 https://www.nusconnect.org.uk/hawlio ✊🏼
Posted by UCM Cymru - NUS Wales on Dydd Mercher, 10 Ionawr 2018
Reclaim the Night Wales is an annual event, organised by the NUS Wales Women's Campaign, that gives women a platform to call for an end to violence against women. Led by students for a number of years, this is Wales' national Reclaim the Night event.
This year we will be meeting at National Museum Cardiff at 6.30 pm for some rousing speeches before heading off on our march around Cardiff city centre.
This event is open to all genders, is trans and sex worker-inclusive, and the route and venue are fully accessible for wheelchair users. Self-defining women will lead the march, but anyone who wants to make a stand against violence against women is welcome to join. Men who are allies, and who recognise men's role as perpetrators, are welcome and encourage to attend to support the women who will be leading this event.
These marches exist to demand justice for victims of rape and sexual assault; they state that women should be able to walk the streets at night without the fear or reality of violence. They give women a voice and a chance to reclaim the streets of their cities and towns.
6.30 Arrive at National Museum Cardiff
7.00 Welcome from NUS Wales Women's Officer Gwyneth Sweatman
7.05-7.30 Speeches TBC
7.30 Health and safety briefing
7.45 Depart the museum on the march
8.30 End of event