Originally known as the Women’s Research and Resources Centre (WRRC), the Feminist Library was set up in 1975, at the height of the Women’s Liberation Movement (WLM), a time of intense political campaigning and lively collective organising. Learn more about our Herstory here.
Since the Library’s beginnings, it has provided a place where women could network and educate themselves, and has become a contact point for women locally, nationally and internationally.
Today the Library continues its drive for inclusion and accessibility. The Library is run by a collective of volunteers, with a management structure committed to making decisions by consensus. Read our Manifesta here and our Community Policy here.
Read our 2016-2017 Annual Report here.
Summer Break – please note we are closed between 11th and 31st August inclusive.
Saturdays 12-5pm – open for the Feminist Library Bookshop.
Registered Charity No. 1174735