From The Fawcett Society <[email protected]>
Subject Coronavirus, lockdown and women's mental health
Date September 3, 2020 3:59 PM
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Coronavirus, lockdown and women's mental health

Please join us for our next #CoronaConversations event, which will look at the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on women's mental health.

Our panel will include (pictured below from top left): Sam Smethers (Chair), CEO of Fawcett, Agnes Mwakatuma, Founder of Black Minds Matter UK, Dawn Butler, Labour MP for Brent Central and Vicki Nash, Head of Policy and Campaigns at Mind. And we will be joined by a member of the Young Women's Trust Advisory Panel.

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Our panel will discuss Fawcett and partner’s data on Black and Asian women and women from ethnic minority backgrounds, disabled women and single parents. We will explore why women’s experiences have been overlooked by decision-makers and how those in power could better understand, reflect and prioritise care and mental health when responding to the current crisis.

Date: Wednesday 9 September
Time: 18:45 - 20:00
Venue: Your home, via Zoom (you will receive the link once you book)
Accessibility: Live captioned

If you have a question for our panellists please email [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
Equal Power Workshops

Have you gotten involved with our ground-breaking three-year campaign to get more women into public and political life? From October through November The Parliament Project will be running How to Stand ([link removed][UNIQID]) workshops, which will cover each political party's different processes for standing for election. Each party has their own session where you will learn about the steps to get selected as a parliamentary candidate as well as hear from inspiring women MPs. Learn more and sign up! ([link removed][UNIQID])
We're hiring!

Fawcett is recruiting for a part-time Fundraising Officer (3-4 days per week, 1 year FTC) to join our busy team. You will be responsible for maintaining a pipeline of trust and foundation applications and will also provide support across a range of fundraising functions. This role can be worked flexibly and can either be based at home or in our London office. Click here for more details and to download the application pack ([link removed][UNIQID]) (deadline is Monday 28 September).
In solidarity and determination,
The Fawcett Society Team

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