Screaming, crying, showing up

Run time: 16:00 – 17:00

Humans are passionate creatures, not least when our values or rights are up for debate. Emotions can run high, and when you bring sensitive topics into the discussion, they can become astronomical. But screaming and crying, though it may feel good, is not the way you'll actually change people's minds. 

Join Florence Schechter in their Presidential address for Education for advice and tips on how to engage in a productive conversation with different groups of people.
From relationships and gender to sexuality and reproductive health, hear from the Vagina Museum's founder to learn how to show up for what you believe in and appreciate how in an increasingly polarised world, you can fight for what you believe in and actually get it done.
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Please note that this event will involve discussion of sexual health, including miscarriage, and will include anatomical images

14 September 2024 - 16:00
University House Great Hall, UEL Stratford Campus