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St Hilda's Feminist Festival 2021

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St Hilda's College is proud to present our annual Feminist Festival. This year, the festival celebrates the milestone reached in autumn 2020 of 100 years since women were officially allowed to graduate from the University. Our JCR Women's Officer, Joana Baptista, has organised a series of ten virtual events held over eight days. Through them, we celebrate the progress we've made in those 100 years and acknowledge where we still need to improve.

Sex, Relationships and Inclusionary Health, 21 February, 5.30 - 7pm

Panel: Dr Sarah Welsh: Co-founder - HANX; Lucy Whitehouse: Founder - Fumble; Jack Doyle: LQBTQ+ Office - MindOut; Alix Fox: Script Consultant - Sex Education

Youth - The Power of Now, 22 February 5.00 - 6.30pm

Panel: Vee Kativhu: Youtuber and Founder - Empowered by Vee; Representative from Speakers Collective - Speakers Collective; Rachel and Laura Beattie: Co-founders - Careaux 

Meaningful Business, 22 February 7:00 PM - 8:30pm 

Panel: Carine Lepore: BBC Apprentice Winner 2019; Alice Curry: Founder -  Lantana Publishing; Valentina Milanova: Founder - Daye; Mehak Mumtaz: Co-Founder - iLOF

Women in Creatives, 23 February 6.30 - 8pm 

Panel: Holly Gabrielle,Youtuber - veganhollyg; Kim Rowell, Assistant Editor - BBC Three & BBC News; Rosalind Miles, Author - The Women’s History of the World

Life in TV, Theatre and Film, 24 February, 6.30 - 8pm

Panel: Katherine Parkinson, Actor - The IT Crowd; Celine Rattray, Co-Founder and Producer - Maven Pictures; Golda Rosheuvel, Actress - Bridgerton

In Conversation with Victoria Cohen Mitchell, 25 February 6.30 - 7.30pm 

Victoria Coren Mitchell: Poker Star and Presenter 

Women in Sport, 26 February 5 - 6.30pm

Panel: Khadijah Mellah: Jockey and Winner - Magnolia Cup; Alison Gill: Rower - Great British Rowing; Katherine Allen, Head of Policy & Supporter Retention - Premier League

Why We Should All Be (Intersectional) Feminists, 26 February, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Panel: Oenone Forbat: Postcast Host - Adulting; Dr Fine Yao: Lecturer - UCL; Charlotte: Spokesperson - English Collection of Prostitutes 

Vagina Museum Bingo, 27 February, 6.30 - 8.00pm

Ethical Women, 28 February 5:30 - 7:00pm

Panel: Sarah Walker: Head of Supporter Retention and Development - Oxfam; Emma Griffin: Non-Executive Director; Sam Handy: Leader - Girl Guides 

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