World Childless Week Competition
Aug
10
to Aug 31

World Childless Week Competition

Five authours have generously offered free copies of their books to support World Childless Week. The competition is completely free and you can enter as many or as few as you wish.

All answers are anonymous and only the details of each winner will be forwarded to the authors.

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The Importance of Sharing Stories with Lorna Gibb and Kate Kaufmann
Sep
16
8:00 PM20:00

The Importance of Sharing Stories with Lorna Gibb and Kate Kaufmann

Sharing stories about childlessness can be an important step in the healing process, opening the way to an honest exploration of a fulfilled existence without the children once hoped for. In this webinar two authors will share unique perspectives that they have gained through writing about the stories of others living childless lives.

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World Childless Week - Childlessness and The Arts
Sep
18
12:00 AM00:00

World Childless Week - Childlessness and The Arts

The written word can be strong but sometimes a single image can express a thousand emotions. Today we explore all forms of art and you don’t need to be a professional to participate. If you are a photographer, poet, painter, sculptor, actor, dancer, musician or creative in any way this day is for you.

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Media Request
Apr
26
to May 12

Media Request

Journalist Rachel Halliwell is working on an article for the women's section of the Daily Mail.

She has been inspired by a first person piece that was written by a woman in her 50s who is both childless and parentless talking about how out of step with her 'Sandwich Generation' peers she feels as they find themselves caring for children and ageing parents at the same time.

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Webinar with Berenice Smith of Walk in Our Shoes
Feb
12
7:00 PM19:00

Webinar with Berenice Smith of Walk in Our Shoes

This webinar is hosted by More to Life (part of Fertility Network UK) who focus on supporting the childless not by choice comunity.

Berenice is a creative designer who runs a design agency. She founded the website Walk In Our Shoes whilst studying and practicing design for social change during a Masters degree in Graphic Design and Typography. Berenice speaks about her own story of childlessness at networking and business events and academic workshops. She shares the background to Walk In Our Shoes to wider demographics to enable those within and outside childlessness not by choice to learn about stories from real people.

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