The East End Women’s Museum aims to…
Research, record, share and celebrate the stories of east London women past and present.
Ensure representation of all women, particularly those traditionally marginalised, including women of colour, women with disabilities, lesbian and bi women, trans women, working-class women, older women, women from migrant or itinerant communities, and women working in the sex industry.
Challenge gender stereotypes and gender inequality, standing up to inaccurate or missing portrayals of women with compelling stories and awesome role models.
Empower women and girls to tell their own stories.
Enable schools, community groups, researchers and others to discover and uncover women’s stories, through offering resources and support.
Inspire civic participation, local activism, and community action.
Be relevant, accessible and welcoming to all.