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Equality & Diversity



06 June

Give me Inspiration: The Paradigm Shift

Churchill College’s Master, Professor Dame Athene Donald is hosting a series of ‘conversation’ style talks with eminent academics, of which the first three are women who have made it to the top in their own particular ways. The next in this series features Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England — the first woman to hold this post — and Chief Scientific Adviser to the Department of Health. As a clinician with a background in research, she strives to achieve both a patient-focused and evidence-based approach to health-related policy making.


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24 June

"Can Education Stop Abuse? Sex Ed approaches to end Gender Violence"

Cambridge Judge Business School   |   June 24th   |   9:30am

The GenPol International Conference 2017, co-organised with the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, explores the relationship between gender inclusive sex education and the fight against gender-based violence.

It brings together researchers, educators, social and media entrepreneurs, civil servants and gender equality activists, offering unique opportunities to reinforce dialogue and cooperation in the field.

Topics which will be discussed include consent, successful sex ed programmes, disability and gender-based violence, online abuse, and a conversation on masculinity, handling rejection and preventing sexual violence.

Join us for an exciting day of debates, panel discussions, networking, and key notes!'



28 June

Inclusive Learning and Teaching: Lessons from the Last Two Decades

The REAL Centre one day conference on 'Inclusive Learning and Teaching' will open with a keynote address by Ziauddin Yousafzai, Advisor to the UN Special for Global Education and father of the Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai.

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