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Space Invaders, the next step...
An aim of the 'Space Invaders: Women Museum Leaders' conference held in March, was to create a sense of solidarity in our sector and to make positive change that will bring improved opportunities to anyone who feels that the route to leadership might be a challenge for them.
"This is a historic moment, museum women coming together. Let's have change now."
Shami Chakrabarti made it clear in her speech at the conference, that now is the time to effect change.
Following a dynamic 'Space Invaders: Part II' in June, we now reunite to take the next steps.
6.00pm Arrival at Main Gate and walk to Lecture Theatre
6.15pm The Story So Far, by Sara Wajid, Network for Change
6.30pm Welcome by Deborah Shaw, Head of Creative Programming and Interpretation, Historic Royal Palaces
6.40pm The Life Of A Yeoman Warder (also known as 'Beefeater'), by Moira Cameron
Moira Cameron is a Yeoman Warder of the Tower of London. She is the first woman to ever hold the position. In 2007, after a 22-year career in the British Army. Cameron became one of the 35 resident Warders in the Tower of London, commonly known as the Beefeaters.
7.00pm Break for Refreshments
**PLEASE BRING SNACKS FOR THE REFRESHMENTS TABLE IF YOU ARE ABLE**
7.15pm Campaign Workshop
This part of the evening will allow delegates to explore the issues that they feel passionately about. Facilitators will help us to test ideas and help navigate the best way for us build alliances and bring about the changes that we want to see.
8.15pm End & post-event drinks nearby for those who can join us.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to nature of venue space is limited to 60 people.
The Tower of London has a large number of steps, many worn down and smoothed by age, and cobbles laid in some of the roads. Please therefore wear suitable footwear. The venue is wheelchair accessible, but please arrive with plenty of time as the step-free route to the Lecture Theatre is slightly longer than the route with steps.