WEN is excited to be launching a new series of events and seminars in 2017. The WEN FORUM, a quarterly symposium, will feature key note speakers discussing topics of the moment. These collaborative sessions will be inspiring, topical and sometimes controversial!
What's feminism got to do with the environment?
Thursday 26th January 2017, 6.30pm-9.30pm
London School of Economics
Join us for an evening seeking to address how the feminist and environmental movements can work more closely together, and why feminism is central to ensuring environmental sustainability.
Natalie Bennett, Former party leader of the Green Party (keynote speaker)
Craig Bennett, CEO at Friends of the Earth
Lucy Bushill-Matthews, CEO at Muslim Action for Development and Environment
Marylyn Haines Evans, Public Affairs Chair, National Federation of Women's Institutes
Kate Metcalf, Co-director, Women's Environmental Network
Belinda Phipps, Chair of The Fawcett Society
Judy Ling Wong, President of the Black Environment Network.
The panel will be chaired by Maria Adebowale-Schwarte, WEN Ambassador and Director at The Living Space Project and Clore Social Leadership Environment Fellow.
Refreshments will be provided from the start of the evening at 6:30pm with the panel and discussion beginning at 7pm.
Tickets are now available on Eventbrite, with a reduced fee for WEN members, and a reduced early bird ticket now available for £10: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-wen-forum-presents-whats-feminism-got-to-do-with-the-environment-tickets-29433804301