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Jun 6
14:00 - 19:00
Gender relations after #MeToo: what does the future hold?

Entitled What Now? The Future of Gender Relations after #MeToo, the event, hosted by the University's School of Psychology, will begin at 14:00 with two keynote speeches, followed by an opportunity for members of the public to debate the issues discussed. In the first keynote, Professor Michelle Ryan, of the University of Exeter, will present After #MeToo: Rethinking how we think about gender and sexism. This will be followed by Dr Finn Mackay, of the University of the West of England, who will deliver Feminism Interrupted: The revolution will not be on a tee-shirt. The day will also feature a panel discussion focusing on what needs to be done to end sexual violence toward women and girls. This University of Kent panel of researchers will be chaired by Dr Afroditi Pina, an expert in forensic psychology and include sociologist Dr Heejung Chung, criminologist Dr Marian Duggan and legal expert Professor Erika Rackley.

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Register here: https://kentpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7UKFVR69IHKOblj


Location

United Kingdom
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Details

Open to registered attendees,

free and open to all



Contact: Aife Hopkins-Doyle
E: a.hopkins-doyle@kent.ac.uk
This conference is organised by members of the Political Psychology Lab and the Centre for the Study of Group Processes at the University of Kent, supported by the Eastern ARC, and the School of Psychology at Kent.

 

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