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100 Years of Women's Suffrage - and still the need to march?

Shola Mos-Shogbamimu

Monday 26 March 2018, 6.30PM

Speaker(s): Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu in conversation with Isabel Berwick

International Women's Day Lecture

Please note the change in venue from that previously advertised. 

In the centenary year of women’s suffrage, women around the world are taking to the streets to march against misogyny, injustice and inequality. The Financial Times recently ran a major exposé of the treatment of women in the city of London. Join us for a lively and engaging evening of conversation between Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu , organiser of the London Women’s March, and Isabel Berwick, executive editor of the Work & Careers section of The Financial Times, as they discuss gender equality and women’s rights.

Speaker biographies: Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is a dual qualified lawyer in New York and Solicitor of England & Wales. She is the Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Africa Committee and editor-in-chief of the Women in Leadership publication she founded. An activist, Dr Shola is one of the organisers of Women's March London. More information on Dr Shola is available at

Isabel Berwick is executive editor of the Financial Times Work & Careers section. She has been at the Financial Times since 1999 and writes about work, life, motherhood and feminism whenever she can. Her book essay, Feminists adjust to the age of Trump, is available here

Location: Room SLB/118, Spring Lane Building

Admission: is by free ticket only. Please book below.

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