February 15, 2015

How do we make the Women's Movement intersectional?

Tomorrow I will be speaking at an event hosted by the University of Bristol Students' Union (UBU).

At the event panellists will share their views on intersectonality in the women's movement. There will also be a chance for the audience to contribute to the debate and ask questions.

I will be sharing the panel with:

Megan Armstrong (UBU Women's Officer)

Susuana Antubam (NUS Women's Officer)


Fahma Mohamed - (Integrate Bristo)

Sammi Whittaker - (NUS Women's Committee)


The event, which is free to attend, will take place in AR11 on the second floor of the Students' Union building.

Further details can be found here.


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