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17 February 2014
Challenging Everyday Sexism event - Stirling Uni, 17th March

White Ribbon Scotland is looking forward to a day of talks and workshops about challenging everday sexism, hosted by the University of Stirling's Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies.

Sexism is very much an everyday phenomenon - and recent reports show that University campuses are no exception. White Ribbon Scotland are looking forward to attending and participating at this event as we work together to make everyday sexism something that does not go unchallenged.

Laura Bates, founder of the Everday Sexism project, and Kezia Dugdale MSP will open the event with presentations and plenary session. White Ribbon Scotland will hold a men-only workshop session called 'I'm Not That Lad - so what can I do?' We look forward to hearing from all presenting at the conference, and look forward to meeting our workshop participants.

A flyer for the event is attached below; to book your place please complete the form below and return to .



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