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CHASE Feminist Network

CHASE Feminist Network launch event

Tuesday 25 September,  |18.00-20.00 | Dale Room, Wellcome Collection

The CHASE Feminist Network is working to provide spaces of resistance in what continues to be a patriarchal higher education sector, with ongoing and intersectional discrimination happening at all levels.  We are aiming to create links with inspirational people inside and outside of CHASE that are challenging this environment and ensure we have space for discussion, and networks that provide both professional and personal support. The network places a strong emphasis on the importance of considering intersectionality and interdisciplinarity, as well as valuing the personal, political and creative, alongside and as integral to the academic.

We would like to invite you to our launch event this September, where we will bring together people interested in getting involved in the network, join us for drinks, nibbles, discussions and socialising!  The event will introduce our Small Projects Fund, which will welcome funding applications for feminist inspired projects and events for up to £500, and release the Call for Submissions for our Sharing Feminist Research and Practice networking event in February.  This will be a great opportunity to meet others from the CHASE network and share your ideas and experiences.

The network welcomes people regardless of gender identity who support the aims of the network.  There will be opportunities for women only spaces (for those that identify as women as all or part of their gender identity) at future events.

  Cecilia Vicuña, eman si pasión / parti si pasión, 1974, © Cecilia Vicuña, Image © ESCALA.

Cecilia Vicuña, eman si pasión / parti si pasión, 1974, © Cecilia Vicuña, Image © ESCALA.

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