Debates on children's rights, sexuality and responses to abuse: feminist movements in the north of England since the 1970s

This event has now finished.
  • Date and time: Wednesday 8 May 2024, 3.15pm to 5pm
  • Location: In-person only
    BS/008, Berrick Saul Building, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to all
  • Admission: Free admission

Event details

This discussion is part of the York Human Rights Workshops. These workshops are a space for thinking creatively, critically and politically about rights. Postgraduate researchers, professional support staff and human rights activists are especially welcome.

We are interested in human rights both as applied practice and as utopian tradition – we use the term broadly, to include human rights, feminist, social justice, environmental, indigenous and other forms of activism. Participants as well as discussants are invited to read the pre-circulated paper and bring comments or questions. The emphasis in these York Human Rights Workshops will be on sharing ideas and constructive,
supportive feedback.

Contact to receive the draft paper (work in progress) circulated a week before each workshop.

About the speakers

  • Victoria Hoyle, Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past


  • Asha Abeyasekera - Centre for Women’s Studies
  • Alasia Nuti - Department of Politics and International Relations