Women In Policing with Sussex Police

  Join this year's sponsors, Sussex Police to hear what it's like to be a woman on the beat and how in Sussex, women have climbed to the very top of the force. Introduced by Lisa Dando of Brighton Women’s... Continue Reading →

What Does The Beauty Industry Do For Women with Sali Hughes

Empowerment or Oppression: What does the beauty industry do for women? Join Sali Hughes (The Guardian, Pretty Iconic), as she discusses the impact of the changing beauty industry with three inspirational panellists. Tiss Saccoh started her beauty blog,, in... Continue Reading →

Women And Autism

We are all familiar with the stereotype of the autistic male – nerdy, socially awkward, a trainspotter. But how familiar are we with female presentations of autism? And how do women know if they are on the autism spectrum? Rebecca... Continue Reading →

Art and Activism

Fanny Beckman got her first camera when she was four years old, and ever since then photography has been her main interest in life. After college she studied fine art and photography at Gamleby School of Photography in Sweden, where... Continue Reading →

Juno Dawson: The Gender Games

'It's a boy!' or 'It's a girl!' are the first words almost all of us hear when we enter the world. Before our names, before we have likes and dislikes - before we, or anyone else, has any idea who... Continue Reading →

The Lost Women Of Art

Join Rev Susie Courtault as she explores the way in which women are portrayed in art, often through the male gaze, alongside her desire to understand women’s contributions as artists over the years and their apparent absence from the cannon of... Continue Reading →

Women Who Code

Codebar is a non-profit initiative teaching underrepresented groups in tech to learn how to code. Starting in London, codebar now helps women, LGBT members and ethic minorities around the world to get their first jobs in the industry. Join the... Continue Reading →

VIRGIN TERRITORY Film Installation with Creative Tasks

  ★★★★ “Brave exploration of our hyper-sexualised world” (The Guardian) Charlotte Vincent has been described as ‘one of the most important feminist artists working in Britain today’ (The Observer). Vincent Dance Theatre devise interdisciplinary performance to challenge conventional values in... Continue Reading →

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide

A showcase of the work of global documentary photographers who have been commissioned by arts social enterprise FotoDocument to photograph the work of CARE International UK's micro-lending platform, The photo essays feature inspiring women from five of the countries where... Continue Reading →

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