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. The event will be chaired by Jem Bloomfield, Assistant Professor in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, with Philip Moriarty, Professor of Physics, acting as panel chair.
Free, all welcome. Register your place online.
HeForShe is a UN Women Solidarity Movement for Gender Equality, which encourages men to stand up in addressing gender inequalities and discrimination. To find out more and sign the petition, visit the HeForShe website.
On Tuesday 22 September, Emma Ehrenberg and Emma Quaedvlieg from the Students’ Union Women’s Network spoke to student radio station URN about the event. Listen to their interview for more information.
Tags: Angharad Smith, Emma Barnett, equality, equality and diversity, forum, gender, HeForShe, Karen Cox, Rob Jennings, Students' Union, women
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