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Join the University of London Institute in Paris for a special panel discussion, as part of the University of London's Leading Women initiative; marking 150 years since the University became the first to allow women in Britain access to higher education.
Hosted and chaired by Stella Beaumont, Member of the Board of Trustees of the University of London, the event will feature a fascinating debate and panel discussion entitled May 68 to Time’s Up: Fifty Years of Women in Revolt with Professor Sue Clayton and Dr Melissa Thackway. Together and with Stella Beaumont to guide the conversation, Sue and Melissa will be discussing their own experiences of social activism as women in the world and in the university.
18:30 Panel Discussion
19:30 Drinks and Canapés