I was away for two weeks and am glad to be back. Bread and Roses TV will be on air again from next week after having been off air for two weeks. I will also be speaking on Sharia law, the burka and gender segregation at the seminar below, which is being held at University of Buckingham Law School. Below is more information.
The Honourable Jocelynne Scutt introduces the following seminars from three riveting speakers on topics under the umbrella of: Sex, Gender, Law & Culture – Perspectives on Women’s Rights & Wrongs with stimulating presentations and the opportunity for questions, queries, discussion & debate.
Professor Susan Edwards – Barrister, Expert Witness and Professor of Law with specialist knowledge and analysis on women’s position in law & society – particularly dress, dominance, freedom, rights and religion
Maryam Namazie of One Law For All Campaign against Sharia Law in Britain – Political activist, campaigner and blogger, Spokesperson for Fitnah – Movement for women’s Liberation, Equal Rights Now, committed to ensuring equality of status and rights for all women in the United Kingdom, under British law
Pragna Patel – Founding member of Southall Black Sisters and Women Against Fundamentalism, centrally involved in campaigns and cases around domestic violence, immigration and religious fundamentalism.
Held at the Radcliffe Centre on
Wednesday 22 April at 2.00pm for 2.30pm
These seminars will be of special interest to Criminal Law, Sex & Gender & Law, Journalism & International Law students, Peace Studies and International Conflict students
Refreshments to follow *OPEN TO ALL*