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'Tackling Misogyny and the Language of Discrimination' at Nottingham in Parliament Day

 
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Nottingham in Parliament Day is a one-day take-over of Westminster on the 25th October 2016. The day will be an opportunity to showcase the businesses, institutions and people that make Nottingham great.

As part of the one-day take-over, Professor Louise Mullany will be hosting a joint event, 'Tackling Misogyny and the Language of Discrimination' with Nottinghamshire Police on a panel to discuss recent issues around misogyny and the shift from online to real-life abuse and the benefits of this policy becoming nationwide. Panel members will include Stella Creasy MP (Walthamstow), Sue Fish OBE, Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police and Melanie Jeffs, Manager of Nottingham Women’s Centre.

The event will be taking place in the Palace of Westminster in the House of Commons, Committee Room 7 between 1pm - 2pm.

To find out more about the day and various events taking place on the day, please visit the Nottingham in Parliament Day website or download the Nottingham in Parliament Day 2016 Programme here.

 

 

Posted on Tuesday 18th October 2016

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