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Layers of London and Newington Green Meeting House present: Working Women (Past and Present)

Event type
Workshop
Event dates
, 5:00PM - 6:15PM
Address
Online Meeting
Organiser
Layers of London
Contact
layersoflondon@london.ac.uk
020 7862 8794

Working Women (Past and Present)

When? Thursday 25th June, 5pm

Where? Cyber space (you will be sent a link half an hour beforehand to access the webinar)

Hear from leading activists and historians on their work on the theme of “working women”. In this panel discussion guests

  • Dr. Helen McCarthy (“Double Lives”, University Professor of Modern British History - Cambridge)
  • Professor Sundari Anitha (“Striking Women”, Professor of Gender, Violence and Work,University of Lincoln)
  • Dr. Sadie Watson (Museum of London Archaeology, MOLA) 
  • Hannah Swirsky (Centenary Action Group)
  • Rachel Crossley (Director of the East End Women's Museum)

will join activists fighting for workplace equality in the present day. They will discuss topics such as “what can we learn from history in the fight for workplace equality?” and “where did the fight for workplace equality start?”. There will also be an audience Q&A for participants to put their questions to the panel.


Newington Green Meeting House: Revolutionary Ideas is a project from New Unity (the non-religious church) thanks to the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This project will restore London's oldest place of non-conformist worship, Newington Green Meeting House, and share its stories of radical thought and action.