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Courage Calls! History is made when power and courage go hand-in-hand. Join us at our annual conference for a day centred on cultivating courage, expressing power through activism, and creating lasting change for generations to come. This year we are bringing together inspiring leaders and pioneers from all walks of life, from women reporting at the frontlines of politics to grassroots activists effecting change. We are thrilled to announce a packed programme of empowering discussions, interactive breakout sessions, and an evening reception – the perfect opportunity to celebrate our collective power.
The day will include a welcome address from Fawcett Chief Executive Sam Smethers, and the opportunity to speak with Fawcett Chair Fiona Mactaggart. Our first panel discussion of the day, 'On the Frontline: Women reporters in the political space', features a stellar line-up with Channel 4 News Correspondent Fatima Manji, Editor of the Daily Mirror Alison Phillips, Politics Editor at gal-dem Leah Cowan, journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, chaired by Fawcett trustee, comedian and commentator Ayesha Hazarika. Our marketplace will give you the chance to explore feminist literature and merchandise, take action on key Fawcett campaigns and interact with other equality organisations.
Tickets are selling fast for Fawcett's feminist event of the year. We have a limited special offer going, especially for you. For £60, here's what we're offering:
Fawcett membership for 1 year, worth £88
Access to all mainstage sessions, including panels with Channel 4 News Correspondent Fatima Manji, Politics Editor at gal-dem Leah Cowan and upskirting activist Gina Martin
Complimentary drink and entry to an exclusive performance from Funny Women Awards winner Laura Smyth
The chance to buy feminist merchandise and explore campaigning organisations including Women's Environment Network and Gender Action
Breakout session options covering a range of topics including 'Changing the narrative for women and girls of colour in literature' and 'Campaigning for better justice for survivors of rape'