with Former Chair of the National Sex Education Forum Jo Adams
All of us deserve the opportunity to be educated, to work, to be healthy and to participate in all aspects of public life.
Yet throughout history, women have been denied many of these rights and religion has played a major part in this oppression and discrimination. So what role does Humanism have to play in advancing gender equality, and what part do women play in modern Humanism?
Jo Adams will examine these issues and discuss ways in which women can be equally represented in a truly egalitarian Humanist movement..
Jo Adams is a member of the Women's Equality Party, and was formerly chair of the National Sex Education Forum and an Adviser to the Department of Health on Sexual Health and Teenage Pregnancy. She is also the author of a number of books relating to self-esteem and positive sexual health.
Join us to hear a compelling case for actively supporting and promoting worldwide gender equality.
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