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Celebrating International Women's Day: A Lot Still to be Done

Pragna Patel and Natasha Walter in Discussion with Helena Kennedy
17:00 - 18:00
Mansfield College
Mansfield Road
Oxford
OX1 3TF

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  • Pragna Patel is Director of Southall Black Sisters and a founding member of Women Against Fundamentalism. Her publications include "Citizenship: Whose Rights?" in "Women and Citizenship in Europe: Borders, Rights and Duties".
  • Natasha Walter is Director of Women for Refugee Women, is a feminist writer and human rights activist. She is the author of "Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism".
  • Baroness Helena Kennedy, QC is Principal of Mansfield College, a prominent barrister; and a Labour member of the House of Lords. She is the author of "Eve Was Framed: Women and British Justice".