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With discussions from researcher and writer, Elizabeth Crawford and academic historian Dr Sumita Mukherjee, produced by the Fawcett Society and chaired by Lord Daniel Finkelstein.

This talk will explore the detailed history of the fight for the vote, the role of suffragists and Suffragettes: revealing some of the untold stories of the suffrage movement including the Indian Suffragettes and the international fight for the vote.

Centenary of Women's Suffrage: How the Vote was Won is part of The City of London's Women: Work & Power festival. A programme packed full of events and activities that lament, or celebrate the unsung women that have shaped our history and helped define our national identity.

For more information on the festival go to cityoflondon.gov.uk /womenworkpower

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