Wikipedia EditAThon Social: Women Scientists
Art + Feminism is a campaign improving coverage of gender, feminism, and the arts on Wikipedia. It is a do-it-yourself and do-it-with-others campaign teaching people of all gender identities and expressions to edit Wikipedia.
> Less than 10% of editors on Wikipedia are women.
> Wikipedia is the largest and most popular general reference work on the internet with more than 40 million articles in more than 250 different languages.
Come along to our free monthly social to join the campaign and become an editor on Wikipedia! Please bring your own laptop to use. Free refreshments will be provided.
We have a limited number of disabled parking spaces available. These spaces give level access to the basement floor. From this level, every floor of the building is accessible by a lift. These parking spaces are in a private car park. If you are require access to a parking space, please call 0115 837 24 26. The ramp leading down to the basement car park is not ADA compliant, therefore this entrance may not be suitable for those without a vehicle.
Our main entrance is situated on the corner of Ashley Street and Alfred Street South. There are two steps leading up to the main entrance which has double doors offering wide access.
If you are unable to climb stairs, you will need to access the building from a side entrance on Ashley Street. This entrance is on street level and has double doors offering wide access. To gain access via this entrance, please call 0115 837 24 26 and request a member of staff who will be able to welcome and assist you.
Once you are inside the building, each floor can be accessed by wide stairs or by a lift.
All of our toilets are gender neutral. Unfortunately, none of our toilets have very wide access doors and therefore it is not currently possible to fit a wheelchair into any of our toilets.
Guide dogs are welcome.