40. EQUALITY FOR WOMEN: FROM MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT TO THE SUFFRAGETTES AND BEYOND

Baillie Gifford Tent, Wed 27th June 20:45 - 21:45 (60 mins)

“I do not wish women to have power over men, but over themselves” wrote the philosophical daredevil who changed the course of women’s rights, but paid the ultimate price. Find out how Mary Wollstonecraft’s legacy was annihilated for over a century, rediscovered with the suffrage movement, and still resonates today, with the woman who retraced her most notorious journey: Bee Rowlatt.

CVHF is proud to support the charity PAUSE. Pause works with those who have experienced, or are at risk of, repeat removals of children from their care. It aims to break this cycle and give women the opportunity to develop new skills and responses that can help them create a more positive future. www.pause.org.uk