T I C K E T S
Last chance to by tickets is 12pm 31st October!
Tickets will not be available to purchase on the door.
F R I D A Y
3 R D N O V E M B E R
11.00 - 18.00
Open from 19.00
Opening night drinks, plus feminist pub quiz.
S A T U R D A Y
4 T H N O V E M B E R
Who cares? (it’s women)
With Chair Lucy Webster, Silvia Galandini (Oxfam), Sophia Moreau and author Lynne Segal
How Do We Solve a Problem Like Policing?
With Dr Koshka Duff (University of Nottingham), Chantelle Lunt (Founder, Merseyside Alliance for Racial Equality) and Mandu Reid (WE)
Women’s Equality Party Leader Mandu Reid, co-founder Sandi Toksvig, and President Catherine Mayer
Dr Hannah Barham-Brown, Prof Pragya Agarwal (author of Hysterical), Melanie Sykes (author of Illuminated)
GDP: Gender Doesn’t Pay
with Chair Tabitha Morton (UN Women UK), Dominic Caddick (New Economics Foundation), Anam Parvaz (Oxfam), and Mary-Ann Stephenson (Women’s Budget Group)
Preview screening: Another Body
We are honoured to be able to exclusively screen this documentary ahead of its general release, with an introduction by WE President Catherine Mayer
So you want to be a change maker?
First steps in activism
‘Bodies Under Siege’: the Present Threat to Reproductive Rights
Join journalists Sian Norris and Maya Oppenheim
The Art of Resistance – crafting for change
Led by members of Sheffield-based Solace Women’s Group
The Power of Activism
All Change: finding your place in activism
with Mandy Ayres and Rachel Rowland
With Monika Radojevic
19.30 – 21.30
Sandi Toksvig's Mirth Control
Join Sandi Toksvig and her special guests Laura Smyth, Pauline Eyre and Pravanaya Pillay at St George’s Church, Sheffield S1 4DP at 7.30pm on Saturday 4th November.
Get your ticket today and prepare for a night that will leave you in stitches!
Tickets £25, sold separately to Conference
Join us and your fellow delegates at the official WEP conference bar - the University Arms, Sheffield.
S U N D A Y
5 T H N O V E M B E R
The Week in Patriarchy
Sunday headlines review
Get party business ready and read the motions up for debate ahead of time >>