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The Wonder Women Talk: Do young women really have it harder today?
Wed 27 April 2016, 19:00 – 22:15 BST
Telegraph Women and The House of St Barnabas are excited to present this 2016 Wonder Women talk. Leading female commentators will discuss and debate the thought-provoking question: ‘Do young women really have it harder today?'
With a panel encompassing diverse experiences and opinions, author Allison Pearson, barrister Charlotte Proudman, columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Vice’s Broadly editor Zing Tsjeng will come together in The House of St Barnabas’ beautiful chapel and engage in lively debate.
The talk, chaired by Telegraph Women writer and author Radhika Sanghani, will address how opinions might differ between so-called ‘Millennials’ and ‘Generation X’ when it comes to understanding how young women are perceived and treated in 2016. Nothing is off the table. Expect a frank exchange of views on everything from everyday sexism to entrenched barriers in the workplace.
The floor will be opened up to the audience as guests are invited to consider the question, challenge themselves to embrace new ideas and ways of thinking – as well as of course, interrogate the panelists.
Guests are invited to enjoy the club from 6:15pm with the talk to begin from 7pm in the Chapel.
Please note that tickets cannot be transferred, exchanged, or refunded once purchased other than if the event is cancelled or if the event is postponed and you are no longer able to attend the event.
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