- Curator’s talk with Ellen Greig
- Start Selling Online Without Buying Products – Dropshipping Ecommerce E-commerce
- A Day on Potential at Birkbeck – University of London
- We Love Soul meets ActiveLove Roof Terrace BBQ Ft. Ingrid
- Easy – Healthy – Delicious at Rachel’s Kitchen
- Last Frame Smartphone Film Festival
- Lynn Ruth Miller and Ben Clover at Comedy Cabin
- An Orchestral Rendition of Kanye West
- The Dark Eighties: Cult 80s Hit Party
- Century Twenty Design Shows – Midcentury Modern Furniture and Homeware Fair
March4Women 2019 London Event for gender equality
Join us for our #March4Women International Women’s Day event in London! It will be an uplifting afternoon of speeches, entertainment, solidarity and action suitable for the whole family – and it’s indoors so this year you won’t get wet or cold!
We are really excited that the brilliant Sue Perkins will be hosting the event again this year. We will be joined on the day by inspirational speakers including: Annie Lennox, David Tennant and Helen Pankhurst.
We will hear from gender equality champions who have challenged the law to change the world: lawyer and women’s rights activist, Shola Mos-Shogbamimu; FGM campaigner, Leyla Hussein, Gina Martin, the activist who made upskirting illegal; and Lady Brenda Hale, the first woman President of the UK Supreme Court.
The amazing Beverley Knight, Imelda May, Bond Quartet, Urban Voices Collective and the legendary composer David Arnold will all be performing!
Westminster Central Hall was used by the suffragettes 100 years ago to hold rallies and jamborees. We’ll be following in their footsteps by celebrating the progress we’ve made towards gender equality. And we’ll be taking forward the global fight for gender equality by asking you to join us in calling for a worldwide treaty to protect women everywhere from violence and harassment in the workplace.
Please join us to help make 2019 another #March4Women step forward for gender equality! You will have the opportunity to lend your voice to our campaign. Our aim is to ensure that the most vulnerable and marginalised women and girls, including garment workers, domestic workers and those living in extreme poverty, have protection.
March4Women 2019 London Event for gender equality – Central Hall Westminster Sunday 3rd March 2019.
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