Shiloh Project co-director Katie Edwards (University of Sheffield) will speak at this event, reflecting on the #MeToo movement, at St Paul’s Cathedral later this month. Booking details can be found here.
Two years on from #MeToo – what have we learnt?
Tuesday 19th November 2019, 6:30pm-8pm
OBE Chapel, St Paul’s Cathedral, St Paul’s Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD
It’s two years since the world was rocked by allegations about high-profile men harassing women, who often felt they had to stay silent in order to keep their jobs. As the social media storm grew, more and more stories emerged from around the world and in every workplace sector. Women at all levels of working life had experienced discrimination, sexualised behaviour, and abuse. Has anything changed since then?
This event will reflect on the last two years: the nature of debate, the experiences of women and men, and the consequences for working life.
- Sarah Churchman OBE, Chief Inclusion, Community & Wellbeing Officer, PwC
- Ayesha Hazarika, journalist and political commentator
- Dr Katie Edwards, University of Sheffield
- Sarah Whitehouse QC, Senior Treasury Counsel, 6KBW
The entrance for this event will be the Crypt Door. If you have any accessibility needs please let us know by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is open to all who wish to attend and is free of charge. However, we would welcome a donation (we suggest £5-£10) to help cover the running costs from anyone who wishes to make it.