30 Days for Womankind expresses feminism through art
Students and young people on the Island have been flexing their creative muscles for feminism.
In a bid to help women near and far, 30 Days for womankind saw local artists express their views and experiences of sexism and feminism through a range of mediums from music and art to information slides and poetry.
Emma Christian was one of the campaign poets:
She told Rhian Evans about the meaning behind her work:
Brintha Yasodaran is the brains behind the campaign.
She feels it's done well to highlight what she describes as new generations of sexism:
Aalish Watts wanted to provide information of how it is to be a woman further afield.
For every day of April, she explored the nuances of feminism for women in different cultures around the world:
So far, 30 Days for Womankind has raised more than £700 for charity WomanKind Worldwide.
You can also donate here.