«

»

Nov 16

Mother Hosts Feminism Debate With Lorraine Candy, MP Jo Swinson and Ruby Tandoe

Spread the love

feminismOn Monday 18 November, Mother London will host a debate about modern feminism. Equalities Minister Jo Swinson and Ruby Tandoe will join a panel hosted by ELLE editor Lorraine Candy to discuss the topic “Does feminism need a rebrand?” They will be joined by Laura Jordan Bambach, President of D&AD; Kat Banyard, UK Feminista; Ikarama Larasi, Rewind & Reframe and Holly Armstrong & Rhiannon Wlliams, Vagenda.

Following the recent success of ELLE and Mother’s www.makethempay.co.uk equal pay campaign, the panel will also address the issue of the pay gap, which is currently 17.5% in the UK.

Using www.makethempay.co.uk, employees can compare their pay to colleagues of a different sex and encourage their employers to sign up to the Think, Act Report, which encourages businesses to enforce equal pay legislation.

DOES FEMINISM NEED A REBRAND?

THE DEBATE

Chaired by Lorraine Candy ELLE Editor-in-Chief

Performance by Sara Pascoe

Speakers

Jo Swinson, Women and Equalities Minister

Laura Jordan Bambach, President D&AD

Ruby Tandoh, The Great British Bake-off

Kat Banyard, UK Feminista

Ikarama Larasi, Rewind & Reframe

Holly Armstrong & Rhiannon Wlliams, Vagenda

6.30-9pm Monday 18 November

Mother London, 10 Redchurch Street, E2 7DD