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The College of Law and Criminology are pleased to announce a free event on March 8th 2017. To mark International Women's Day, there will be networking, a charity bake sale and a series of short presentations in the College - all welcome!
Join us as we celebrate International Women's Day in the College of Law and Criminology!
Dress code (optional!): A splash of purple
12pm - Networking in the Richard Price foyer with hot drinks provided. Cakes will be available to buy with all proceeds going to selected local charities for women.
Be Bold For Change - a series of short presentations in the Richard Price Lecture Theatre.
1pm - Welcome and introduction by Professor Hilary Lappin-Scott, Senior Pro-Vice Chancellor - Research and Innovation and Strategic Development.
1.05pm - Tracey Sagar, Professor of Criminology: 'Pink to make the boys wink?' Social constructions, stereotyping and women’s ability to make rational decisions”
1.20pm - Lynne Sanders, Chief Executive of Swansea Women’s Aid
1.35pm - Jill Duarte from the African Community Centre (Swansea)
1.50pm - Emma Borland, Law Lecturer at the College of Law and Criminology and Trustee of Asylum Justice: 'Rising from the ashes: the bold work of the new Asylum Justice project'
Join in the worldwide celebration and use the hashtag #beboldforchange - follow us on social media by searching for Swansea Law.
Click here to book.
- Thursday 16 February 2017 14.23 GMT
- Monday 22 May 2017 10.36 BST
- Sally Thomas, Tel: 01792 602069