In connection with the launch of the new Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies that I am several others are involved in, there is to be a day of talks, workshops and debate about challenging sexism in public and private life.
The event is free (though you do need to register as numbers are limited), and is open to students and staff at Stirling University, and anyone else who wishes to attend.
The programme has a number of sessions:
- Laura Bates (founder of Everyday Sexism Project) and Kezia Dugdale MSP on ‘Challenging Everyday Sexism’
- Workshops on challenging street harassment, porn culture, men challenging men, sexual violence prevention education
- Gail Dines (author of Pornland) on ‘Sex(ism), Identity and Intimacy in a Porn Culture’
The detailed programme and registration form is available to download here.