Event: A European Feminist Summit: Saturday 15 March
New European Feminism
Crossing borders, across genders – feminist issues in the 2000s
As part of the annual London Festival of Europe, the Feminist Summit aspires to bring together a group of people across borders, genders and generations who have a shared interest in feminist issues today.
We hope to contribute to a revival of the feminist debate in Europe and to challenge participants to revaluate how feminism might contribute to the European Project.
Intergenerational experience and perspectives on feminism in Europe today, and how feminism might be a useful framework to critique and contribute to the evolution of Europe.
Sexualisation in the Arts and Media, and the role of the media in inspiring, reinforcing or modifying role models and stereotypes.
Feminist engagement in the world of business and politics, how feminists are changing institutions of business and politics from the inside, and what some of the current forms of formal feminist political engagement are in Europe today.
Confirmed speakers to date include:
Claire Fox, Institute of Ideas, London
Dominique de la Garanderie, Founder of l’Association Française des Femmes Juristes
Rosalind Gill, Open University, London
Helen Mees, Women on Top, the Netherlands / New York
Members of the Feminist Activist Forum, UK
Loredana Rotondo, Filmmaker and Member of Altravista, Milan
Teresa Rees, Cardiff School of Social Science, Cardiff
Nima Sanandaji, President Captus think tank, Sweden
Peter Tatchell, Human Rights Campaigner
Lynn Turner, Goldsmiths College, London
Patrizia Bisi, novelist, Rome
Hampstead Town Hall
213 Haverstock Hill (Belsize Park tube)
London NW3 4QP
Saturday 15 March 2:30 – 6:30 pm
Registration from 2pm, Reception to follow
Ségolène Pruvot, Shandi Miller, Anne Marthe Koeman, Federica Ambrosini