Why is Climate Justice a Feminist Issue?
Why’s Climate Justice a Feminist Issue? Come join the conversation for an evening of discussion with stalls and refreshments.
About this Event
Join us for an evening of lively discussion hosted by The School of Social Sciences at the University of Manchester. Enjoy browsing the stalls, participating in an interactive panel discussion, and networking at the Wen reception
Guppi Bola, Co-Founder WorkingOnOurPower.org
Zarina Ahmed, CEMVO Scotland
Emma Greenwood, Youth MP for Bury
Kate Metcalf, Co-Director, WEN
Panel chair: Sherilyn MacGregor, The University of Manchester
TBC: Kindling Trust, Ethical Consumer, UpRising, Wen, Women’s Equality Party, XR, Women’s Budget Group, Young Women’s Trust, UoM Feminist Society, UoM People & Planet Sustainability Society Fawcett Society, WI, WILPF, The Nanas
About the date: 11 March is the first Wednesday after International Women’s Day. All involved in organising the event have invested funds and many hours of unpaid time since October 2019. While we support the UCU strike action, we will not be cancelling or postponing the event. It is being held after university working hours and we are participating as activists and volunteers.
For health & safety regulations, children under the age of 16 will need to be supervised continuously during the event by a guardian/parent and must fill in a risk assessment form at least 72 hours before the event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a form.
Women taking action for a healthier planet
Wen fights global problems around gender, health and our environment by taking action on issues affecting our bodies, homes and neighbourhoods. We work alongside communities supporting action and get a real-world understanding of women’s lived experiences in the process.
|Location||Alliance Manchester Business School|
|Manchester, M15 6PB|
|Start||Wednesday 11 Mar 2020 6:00pm|
|Finish||Wednesday 11 Mar 2020 9:00pm|
|Booking||Book your ticket via Eventbrite|