Ending Violence Against Women: Four Perspectives - Good Law Project

Ending Violence Against Women: Four Perspectives

Join Good Law Project at 7pm on Wednesday 20 April for Ending Violence Against Women: Four Perspectives where we will learn what an MP, a journalist, a campaigner and a lawyer think society should do to end violence against women. 
Violence against women is a pervasive, systemic and complex issue that needs to be addressed on many fronts. The four women on our panel will give their unique insights into the different ways people can join the movement to end it. This is an event for anyone who wants to learn more about the practical ways we can all confront violence against women. 
Our panel for the evening will be:
  • Polly Jackman, Good Law Project legal team and host for the event
  • Jess Phillips, MP for Birmingham Yardley and Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding
  • Jamie Klingler, co-founder of Reclaim These Streets
  • Evie Muir, domestic abuse specialist and freelance journalist 
  • Harriet Johnson, author and barrister at Doughty Street Chambers
We will also be introducing Harriet’s new book, Enough: The Violence Against Women and How to End it
You don’t need to download anything to watch the event, just log on to Facebook page or Twitter account, or visit our Youtube channel, at 7pm on Wednesday 20 April
Register for free now and we'll email you with a reminder and a link to the live event before it begins.

April 20, 2022 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Will you come?