The University of Nottingham is excited to welcome the inaugural HeForShe #GetFree Tour to campus for […]
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The University is proud to host the HeForShe Forum 2015, ‘Time for action: gender equality in higher education’. Featuring keynote speaker Emma Barnett, Women’s Editor of The Telegraph and University of Nottingham graduate. This is also your chance to hear and contribute to talks with Angharad Smith, President of the Students’ Union, Rob Jennings, Activities Officer, senior University staff, representatives from UN Women and HeForShe IMPACT Corporate Champions.
In this Get Up Stand Up! event, Lubaina Himid (Institute for Black Atlantic Research), Celeste-Marie Bernier (Centre for Research in Race and Rights), Veronica Barnes (Blue Mountain Ladies Group) and Bo Olawoye (Learning & Engagement Curator) will debate the topic ‘Cultural activism: how to make black histories visible’.
Dr Kay Fuller and the School of Education present this seminar, which will explore the importance of gender in educational leadership.
The Centre for Research in Race and Rights, the Department of American and Canadian Studies, and Nottingham Contemporary present ‘Critical whiteness: US and UK perspectives’.
As part of International Women’s Day, join the Women’s Staff Network Conference 2015, featuring Professor Karen Cox, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Emma Leech, Loughborough University, and Dr Jeannie Holstein, Assistant Professor in Strategic and Public Sector Management. All staff and students welcome.
This discussion will focus around the topic of ‘Access to and participation in sport for the trans community’. Guests include Juliet Jacques – writer and football player/fan – and Freya Gosnold – performance artist and roller derby skater. Part of LGBT History Month.