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Glasgow Women's Library

Glasgow Women’s Library is no ordinary library! We are the only resource of its kind in Scotland and a true national treasure.

As well as a lending library, we hold a wonderful treasure trove of historical and contemporary artefacts and archive materials that celebrate the lives, histories and achievements of women. From Suffragette memorabilia and 1930s dress making patterns to rare 1970s Scottish Women’s Liberation newsletters, it’s all here!

We also support thousands of women across Scotland every year to improve their lives through our services and programmes, including support and activities that tackle a wide range of issues from poverty and women’s health, sexuality and surviving violence.

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BME (Black Minority Ethnic) Women’s Project

The Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Women’s Project is dedicated in providing creative lifelong learning opportunities for BME women in Glasgow. We are keen to celebrate the success and achievements of BME w...

Lifelong Learning

Learning is at the core of the Glasgow Women’s Library’s work. Our learning programmes and resources specialise in and celebrate the histories, creativity and lives of women. We emphasise Lifelong Learning...

Women's Literacy & Numeracy Support

We support women to understand, read and write words and numbers. Women sometimes want support with all areas of literacy and numeracy. Others need help with just one aspect, for example writing job applic...

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