PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE TO TUESDAY 15 NOVEMBER!
“small talks” are a new type of public event at G & L where we explore contemporary issues in a less formal setting than the Public Lectures
Dexter Dias QC, human rights lawyer, researcher at Cambridge and Harvard and part-time Crown Court judge, explores one of the greatest human rights issues facing the world today: Female Genital Mutilation.
FGM is a criminal offence, child abuse, one of the most egregious forms of gender-based violence and the social control of women and yet there are 65,000 at-risk girls in the UK. And 200 million women worldwide live with the devastating legacy of this harmful practice. How can we protect them?
Dexter Dias has fought against this practice in the UK and internationally, writing reports to the United Nations and chairing and co-authoring a major report to the Parliamentary Inquiry into FGM which resulted in significant changes in the law including new High Court powers to intervene to protect girls from mutilation. Join us to examine the serious obstacles that still lie ahead to change the future of millions of young women.
Tickets are £15 and are available to book online (booking fee applied)
or by cash or cheque made payable to Godolphin and Latymer School via The Development Office, Godolphin and Latymer School, Iffley Road, London W6 0PG.
The entry ticket also includes a post-lecture glass of wine or soft drink.
All sales will support the Godolphin and Latymer Bursary Fund.
For more information contact email@example.com or 020 8735 9550.