The cost-of-living crisis has resulted in increasing harm for protected characteristic groups across the UK, particularly women.
Women still face a prevalent income gap, are expected to bear the majority of domestic and caring responsibilities and are at greater risk of poverty.
Join chair, Lisa Dando and our expert panel to discuss how the cost-of-living crisis negatively affects women, how intersections of identity affect women’s experiences through this time, and what we as a society can do to further support women.
Panel Chair: Lisa Dando, BWC Director
Lisa has been the Director of Brighton Women’s Centre for over 10 years. The charity provides gender specific and trauma-informed support for women with multiple vulnerabilities across Sussex.
Ashley Austin, Young Women’s Trust
Mandy Crandale, Possability People
Ignacia Pinto, Women’s Budget Group
Siri Areelertworakul, The Network of International Women
Where: Museum Lab
When: 2:15pm – 3:45pm
Entry: Suggested donation £5
Your donation will help us help more vulnerable women across Sussex
Text IWD23 to 70970 to donate £5
Booking: Spaces are limited and are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please register on the day with a BWC volunteer outside the room where the workshop will take place.
*Our women only spaces at IWD are open to ALL self-identifying women.