Gentlewomen’s Club launches new #DebateSeries on gender equality issues

How many times have you been in rooms full of women discussing gender equality matters among themselves and very much agreeing with each other on the trillion things that need changing in order to achieve full equality? It’s high time we changed this echo chamber mentality and focused on inclusive and meaningful conversations. At the […]

Bucharest Hub – Community leader

The Gentlewomen’s’ Club Bucharest Hub is looking for a new Community leader to relaunch in the city. The GWC Bucharest Hub is one of the GWC’s first Hubs after its foundation in Brussels 2017. It currently has approximately 80 members in and around Bucharest. In order to be able to create a well established, thriving […]

Gentlewomen’s Club runs again for Race for the Cure

On 30 September, the Gentlewomen’s Club took part at Race for the Cure, a Charity Run organised by Think Pink, an organisation that asks for more attention to breast cancer and the need for regular checks. Money collected through this fundraising exercise goes to breast cancer research. GWC did this run for the third time, […]

Looking for inspiring ladies to set up the Bucharest Hub of the Gentlewomen’s Club

Half a year since we have launched the Club in Brussels, we are now coming to Bucharest. Are you – or do you know someone who is – passionate about women empowerment, with some spare time and with a ton of ideas? Then please fill in this form or share it with your friends and contacts […]

Girls Night Out goes to La Terrasse O2

On June 22nd, we held our summer edition of the Girls Night Out, at La Terrasse O2, a pop-up restaurant and bar in a very pretty and green neighbourhood of Uccle. Perfect setting and great summer weather to welcome back some of our friends and SEVEN new club members! Getting to know each other was […]


Run Like a Girl – the Gentlewomen’s Club 20k of Brussels Team

The Gentlewomen’s Club is setting up a team for this year’s 20k of Brussels race. In 2015, out of all participants in the Brussels semi-marathon, only 27% were women. We have decided to do our part in balancing this out. “Like a girl” is often used offensively That is why we invite all girls, […]

Getting to 50/50 – Are We There Yet?

It is frustrating that people think that feminism is a thing of the past – whereby both men and women are reluctant to identify themselves as feminists. Perhaps because they equate it to the “radical” political movement of the 60s, or perhaps because they do not think the patriarchal regime that governed women’s economic, social […]