2018: EPISODE 4 - MOTHERS IN THE ARTS LAUNCH
The first Empower Her Voice London event is a panel discussion entitled Mothers in the Arts. It's taking place on April 26th at the RCA. The people who put this event together, India Ayles, Amy Murgatroyd and Olivia Fletcher, spoke about previous projects they have worked on, the ideas behind the theme and introduced the panellists. We're really excited for this event! Tickets available here: https://www.facebook.com/events/221617198396465/.
2018: Episode 3 - Mannat Malhi & Cesca Forristal
We're really excited to have chatted to two of our past speakers for this episode. Mannat Malhi spoke about the gendered nature of certain legislation, specifically domestic violence, and Cesca Forristal focused on her experiences in working in comedy, and music and drama more generally.
2018: Episode 2 - THE POWER OF WOMEN's CONVERSATION
Grace Linden, Persis Love and Holly Isard spoke about the power of women's conversation and the space those conversations serve to create. Grace did a talk for us in Oxford focusing on the same theme in April 2017.
2018: EPISODE 1 - The future of science & TECH
Empower Her Voice's sixth series of talks in Oxford, focusing on the Future of Science and Tech. The speakers were: Margie Cheesman: Anticipating Blockchain for Development: Data, Power and the Future; Aprajita Verma: Nothing but blue skies: Astrophysics in the era of large telescopes, large surveys and large collaborations; Letizia Marchegiani: Robots having a cocktail party: from behavioural understanding to driverless cars and Marina Jirotka: Doing "the best science for the world" and not only "the best science in the world.”
2017: Episode 1 - VIda ADAMCZewski, Rosie FInn & Alexis MURRAY LUO
Listen to the recording of our fifth series of talks that occurred in Oxford. Our speakers and their titles were as follows - Vida Adamczewski: 'My Kind of Gross' - Oversharing Through Poetry; Alexandra Murray Luo: ‘The Future is Female?’ Stop Capitalising on Women’s Futures and Rosie Finn: Female Rock Stars and Girls on Guitars: The Riot Grrrl Movement.