An opportunity for feminists in Yorkshire to come together and hear from leading equality organisations including The Fawcett Society, UNITE, and Women's Budget Group on tackling the challenges women in Yorkshire face.

Tickets for this event are free, but we encourage all attendees to donate to Fawcett to support our continued campaign work. We also invite all attendees to bring someone from a different generation with them as this will be an intergenerational feminist event.

Programme for the day

  • 11-11.30am          Arrivals & registration, tea & coffee
  • 11.30am               Welcome & introduction, Helen Jackson
  • 11.35am               Chair’s opening remarks, Sue Pollard, UNITE

  • 11.40am               What does the data tell us? - Sam Smethers, CEO Fawcett Society
  • 11.50am               What is happening to care and childcare services? - Women’s Budget Group
  • 12noon                 What are the challenges facing BAME women in Yorkshire?
  • 12.10pm               What is the response from business? 
  • 12.20pm               How can Local Government respond? - Abtisam Mohamed, Labour councillor for Sheffield City Council
  • 12.30-1pm            Chaired Q&A discussion

  • 1-2pm                   Facilitated discussion over lunch addressing the following questions:
                                          - What is the strategic priority to address?
                                          - Who are the women most at risk in Yorkshire?
                                          - What is the one key action that you/we could take?                     
  • 2pm                      Feedback from the discussions
  • 3.15pm                 Close

This event is supported by UNITE. 

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