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"I'm not a feminist, but..."

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This event is hosted by Cambridge University Students Union Women's Union

Everything you ever wanted to know about feminism but were too afraid to ask. Do you think women’s rights are important? Have you ever asked yourself: “what has feminism got to do with me?” Are you a man who cares about gender equality? ...Then come along to hear from and ask questions to a panel of experts in a friendly and welcoming setting.


Angie, from Cambridge Women’s Aid: Ending violence against women

Dr. Vanessa Heggie, Cambridge History and Philosophy of Science: Gender and sport

Adam Caulton, Cambridge Feminist Philosophy Reading Group: How women’s rights are relevant to men

Sarah Peters Harrison, CUSU Women’s Officer-Elect

Snacks and drinks provided / Step-free access Entrance on Silver Street, opposite Ede & Ravenscroft

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