#PadSplash in the streets of London over Bank Holiday
May
26
12:00 PM12:00

#PadSplash in the streets of London over Bank Holiday

Join us as our team of volunteers get together to celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day May 28th.

Every really fancied getting together with random people who are all passionate about making an impact and difference in society. We start of at our offices in Southwark where we plan and prepare to take our period discussions to the streets of London. We have a fun afternoon of activities that help you conquer your own fears and give you the courage to speak up while your new team of friends support you. We also talk about the importance of our work at Binti and share the information of our projects in the UK, India, Nairobi and Swaziland.

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Binti Menstrual Trainer Course - LONDON
May
17
9:00 AM09:00

Binti Menstrual Trainer Course - LONDON

Join us on our next #BintiMenstrualTrainer course. Learn how to inspire kids to be proud of the changes that they go through. Teach them to understand their bodies in a safe, fun and informative way. Once certified join us to deliver the courses worldwide. We have had trainers deliver the #BintiMenstrual training, in the UK, Nepal, Swaziland, Nairobi, Uganda and across India.

£100 covers the cost of the course. 

Train now and watch their faces light up as you talk about #periods and #SmashShame.

When you go to our donate page please pay directly into our bank account and write menstrual trainer in the notes. 

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2018 Global Good Awards
May
16
6:00 PM18:00

2018 Global Good Awards

A snappy, sustainable and seriously tasty event (that’s not just for the ‘shortlisters’!)

Join us at the 2018 Global Good Awards ceremony, where we are finalists in the Best International Sustainable Community category. Sponsored by Incognito.

The evening proceedings

18:00: Drinks Reception with canapes – sparkling wine, Toast Ale & lager, soft drinks, and vegan wines. (Weather permitting in the quiet surroundings in the outdoor Courtyard). Enjoy classic jazz music from The Vintage Party.

18:50: Seats for Awards ceremony in the Great Hall.

19:05: Welcome and opening addresses

19:15: Keynote speaker – Martin Wright

19:40: Ceremony starts

20:20: ‘Street-food’ style dining – vegan delights from around the world with fizz, vegan wines, Toast Ale/larger & soft drinks (cash bar for spirits).

Play #PointlessPlastics Snakes & Ladders with eco action games, visit the #PointlessPlastics showcase of Twitter photos, dance away to classic jazz from The Vintage Party, take a rest in the Paper Lounge, meet the chef who designed the first ever all-vegan awards ceremony menu, connect with lots of sustainability and social impact leaders and finish the evening by dipping into our Eco-Goodies Market Stall.

23:00: Carriages (there will be no formal proceedings after the ceremony, allowing for people to depart for transport connections at their leisure)

For tickets: karen@GlobalGoodAwards.co.uk 

Single Tickets: £240 + VAT

5 tickets – 10% discount: £1080 + VAT

10 tickets – 20% discount: £1952 + VAT

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Binti Menstrual Trainer Course - Birmingham
May
11
9:00 AM09:00

Binti Menstrual Trainer Course - Birmingham

Join us on our next #BintiMenstrualTrainer course. Learn how to inspire kids to be proud of the changes that they go through. Teach them to understand their bodies in a safe, fun and informative way. Once certified join us to deliver the courses worldwide. We have had trainers deliver the #BintiMenstrual training, in the UK, Nepal, Swaziland, Nairobi, Uganda and across India.

£100 covers the cost of the course. 

Train now and watch their faces light up as you talk about #periods and #SmashShame.

When you go to our donate page please pay directly into our bank account and write menstrual trainer in the notes. 

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London Mayor Vaisakhi at Trafalgar Square
Apr
28
1:00 PM13:00

London Mayor Vaisakhi at Trafalgar Square

Head down to Trafalgar Square to enjoy our Vaisakhi festival, a celebration of Sikh and Punjabi tradition, heritage and culture, commemorating the birth of the Khalsa (the inner core of the Sikh faith) over 300 years ago as well as marking the Punjabi New Year.

Binti will have a stand where we will talk about our favourite topic "Periods" and give you an opportunity to share your stories whilst getting involved with volunteering or donating. Every girl deserves dignity, period.

With a committed Sikh steering group creating the programme, you can expect authentic community appeal and something for everyone to enjoy, young and old alike.

The line-up will include: 

  • live stage performances
  • kirtan and dharmic (spiritual) music
  • theatrical excerpts 
  • traditional food and drinks (including langar) 
  • community groups and charities
  • fun children's activities
  • turban tying
  • have-a-go activations
  • Punjabi retail

and more!

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Feb
23
3:30 PM15:30

femTech

The CW Unplugged brand is back with an exciting programme of Tech-for-Good events scheduled throughout 2018. The initiatives have been designed to address four of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN, starting with FemTech on February 23rd at the Bradfield Centre in Cambridge.

The Bradfield Centre, 184 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0GA

See more here

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Mar
11
6:00 PM18:00

International Womens Day - London

The Edinburgh Collection sponsors Art Night with internationally renowned artist Nimisha Bhanot  at the Blackfriars Wine Bar. Organised by Binti, a charity that promotes menstrual dignity through access to sanitary protection and education, globally. So let’s get creative, smash shame around periods and be bold for change.

Our very own Ambassador Anila Dhami will be hosting the event.

Book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-paint-night-with-nimisha-bhanot-tickets-32201255823
£45 to join in with Paint Night and you receive a raffle ticket
£20 to attend the night.

We will be accepting the donation at the door. All money from the tickets will be donated to Binti. 

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Mar
11
1:00 PM13:00

International Womens Day Poetry Workshop

Join Spoken Word artists Jaipreet Kaur and Darren Random to celebrate International Women's Day by writing poems about menstruation!

Organised by Binti, a charity that promotes menstrual dignity through access to sanitary protection and education, globally.

So let's get creative, smash shame around periods

Book your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-poetry-workshop-tickets-32006125182
 £5 (buys a year's supply of pads for one girl)

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Mar
10
6:30 PM18:30

International Womens Day 2017 in partnership with Lyca Health

Binti International is in partnership with Lyca health to mark International Women’s day 2017. A wonderful line up of speakers who will focus on women’s health along with this years theme Be Bold for Change. Do you know what is on the market for women’s health? Have we made any changes in stigma and taboo? Do you know what a vulva looks like, or the signs of an abnormal period? What about the health and diagnostic services available on your doorstep? Join us for a fun and informative evening.

Book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-with-lyca-health-and-binti-international-tickets-32361214263

An excellent line up of speakers:
Dr. Manpreet Gulati
Nimisha Bhanot
Mr Michael Savvas
Dr Anita Mitra
Dr Rupy Aujla
Manjit K. Gill

Hosted by Karen Sutton CEO at National CSR Awards 

Dr Manpreet Gulati
Founded Lyca Health with his business partner Sen Kandiah, and Prema Subaskaran as the Chairperson under the broad Umbrella of the Lyca Group With more than 25 years’ experience in diagnostics and healthcare, he has a clear vision of the future of health care in the UK and India.

Nimisha Bhanot
A contemporary Canadian artist whose work critiques the societal role and perception of South Asian women from a bicultural lens. Being Indo-Canadian has influenced the themes in Nimisha’s work as she aims to portray the process of accepting and rejecting associated with building a dichotomous identity.

Mr Michael Savvas
Highly active in the field of research and publishes extensively in the fields of menopause, infertility and PMS, as well as colposcopy. He has special interests in a number of areas
including the management of women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Menopause and HRT. 

Dr Anita Mitra
An NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with a passion for sharing health-related information. She is also a science ambassador and a self-confessed geek, with an interest in oncological research.

Dr Rupy Aujla
An NHS doctor with a speciality in General Practice and loves creating healthy recipes using ingredients that may have health benefits. His aim is to inspire everyone to look at their diet, use more nutritional ingredients to lead happier healthier lives.

Manjit K. Gill
CEO and founder of the phenomenal UK registered charity, Binti International. Binti has a vision to create a world where all women have menstrual dignity. Her mission with Binti International is to create a huge, social impact whilst generating a sustainable organisation.
 

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Mar
8
5:30 PM17:30

How Can Periods Save the Planet? –  Menstruation & the Environment

  • 20 Club Row London, England, E2 7EY United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Speaker Panel:

Sally King – Director, Menstrual Matters
Laura Coryton – End Tampon Tax Campaign
Kath Clements - Campaigns & Marketing Manager, Mooncup
Joshna Raghwani – Director Corporate Social Responsibility, Binti Int
Jane Hudson Jones - NICE Endometriosis Guideline Development Committee
Chair: Natasha Piette, WEN Environmenstrual Project Officer

Objective of the event:

To highlight the diverse issues associated with menstruation worldwide. We will explore the health and environmental impacts of menstruation practices, and what some sustainable solutions might be to break down the taboo in various global contexts.

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