Women’s Pandemic Perspectives: Dialogue & Debate

Recording of a live webinar on 3 March 2021, ahead of International Women's Day

Resource type: Webinar

A recording of our Dialogue & Debate webinar, streamed live on Wednesday 3 March 2021 at 11am, exploring what we can learn from women’s perspectives of the COVID-19 pandemic, to support greater inclusion and equal opportunity in the future, ahead of International Women’s Day 2021.

Emily Gow, our Programme Officer, hosts this hour-long discussion, with three guest panellists:

  • Kudsia Batool – Head of Equalities & Strategy, Trades Union Congress (TUC)
  • Rosie Campbell – Professor of Politics and Director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, King’s College London 
  • Deeba Syed – Women’s rights campaigner, activist and employment solicitor; Senior Legal Officer for the Sexual Harassment at Work Advice Line, Rights of Women

This webinar is part of our series of Dialogue & Debate webinars, which explore pressing issues of social cohesion in the UK with guest speakers from a range of sectors and perspectives. Recordings are shared afterwards, to access on demand.

Audio-only recording

If you prefer to listen back to this webinar, you can do so via our SoundCloud channel here, or search for our Dialogue & Debate series on any major podcasting platforms.