Our three speakers for this conversation are Sue Regan (Northumbria University), Louise Carol Donkor (University of Liverpool) and Justine Uvuza (Newcastle University).
The third event in the FFIA festival takes place on Monday 16 March on Women’s Activism Today. Click here to download Festival poster and find details on how to register. The event is free but places are now limited. venue: City Library, Bewick Hall: time: 6.30pm
In the run-up to the General Election, we are hosting a panel of local politicians, together with writer Judith Holder, chaired by Tessa Green. Book now for your free place. QT-FINAL
The House of Lords have just published their report on women in news and current affairs broadcasting, informed by the evidence provided to them during the Inquiry they launched last summer. The Chair of the Committee, Lord Best, makes some hard-hitting comments about some of the evidence he heard during the Inquiry – see the…
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2015, G&SRH is hosting a series of linked events comprising political panels, conversations and seminars taking place both on and off campus. Kicking off the Festival will be an ‘Ask the Panel’ style event with panelists drawn from the significant political parties as well as the local community, chaired by…
Karen Ross is just back from giving evidence to the House of Lords Communications Select Committee new Inquiry into Women in News and Current Affairs – see it here first!
Find out more about the ESRC Seminar Series ‘Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)Representations of Women Professionals and Leaders’ via the website: https://www.dur.ac.uk/business/research/management/critical-studies/projects/misrepresentation/
Originally posted on PSA Women and Politics Specialist Group:
Rosie Campbell, Sarah Childs, Meryl Kenny and the other members of the UK Political Studies Association (PSA) Women and Politics Specialist Group Last week the Counting Women In coalition published its 2014 report into Sex and Power in the UK. Yet again women will be reading…