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Crèche available for the day event (until 4.30pm): limited spaces / booking essential

A day of discussions, workshops and performances celebrating the individual and collective power and strength of women.

Key speakers include:

• Professor Emma Wilson introduces Dr Terri Apter: ‘Speech and silence between daughters and mothers’

• Lynne Berry OBE : ‘Women: growing even more radical with age’

Other workshops and performances include:

• Ending violence against women • Returning to work/study • Sustainability and feminism • ARU women students • Women and health and homelessness • Life planning: think, plan, DO! • Women and disability – inclusive community development in South India • Women who transformed Cambridge • Reflections on mothers, by daughters • Singing with ‘Women of Note’ • Poetry with Hollie McNish • Freudian Slips: ‘It’ll all come out in the wash’ • The Women’s Institute new Cambridge group • CamIris: Cambridge Women’s Photography Group

Plus film screening of ‘Peace Unveiled’ from 5.30-7pm To find out more information and to book for this event visit or call 01223 332286.

This talk is part of the Equality & Diversity Events series.

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