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Popular Feminisms: Tactics in Turbulent Times

  • IAS Forum G17 South Wing, Wilkins Building London WC1E 6BT (map)

The UCL Gender & Feminism Research Network (part of the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies) is delighted to host another public event for the UCL of Culture this year.

Organised by students from Gender & Sexuality Studies at the Centre for Multidisciplinary and Intercultural Inquiry, this informal, celebratory, networking event brings together contributions from activists, community leaders and artists working to reimagine feminist activism in the UK today. Join us to share innovative ideas for putting research into practice, taking action and discussing change together. 

Featuring contributions from:
•    Lucinda Day, BAFTA-nominated journalist and current Gender, Society & Representation MA student
•    Chanju Mwanza, freelance writer, podcast host for VERVE and founder of the Zambian Narratives Project
•    Marijn van de Geer, co-founder and director of Resolution:Possible and member of Extinction Rebellion
•    Gray Wielebinski, artist working in in sculpture installation, video, performance, sound and print making.