From The Fawcett Society <[email protected]>
Subject Prioritising women's mental health
Date September 11, 2020 1:29 PM
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This past week we explored the impact of coronavirus on women's mental health with our latest #Coronaconversations online event. If you couldn't tune in, don't worry we will post a video of the discussion on our website next week. In the meantime, here is a clip of Dawn Butler, Labour MP for Brent Central, sharing why the impact on women has been so severe ([link removed][UNIQID]) .

We also heard from a mental health nurse about the impact coronavirus has had on her ([link removed][UNIQID]) and how this has changed the way she views her role.

Coronavirus has been a tough time for many of us; if you are worried about yourself or a loved one please see our help for individuals page ([link removed][UNIQID]) which includes a number of mental health helplines. Mind have also set up a coronavirus information hub ([link removed][UNIQID]) with lots of advice about looking after your mental health during this time.
Helen Lewis in Conversation

Take a break from the current news cycle to join a lunchtime conversation with author and journalist Helen Lewis, about why difficult women make history.

Helen Lewis will join Fawcett Society Chief Executive, Sam Smethers, to discuss her book Difficult Women: A history of feminism in 11 fights, and to share her views on why we need to reclaim the history of feminism as a history of difficult women.
Date: Wednesday 23 September
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Venue: Your home, via Zoom (you will receive the link once you book)
Accessibility: Live captioned

If you have a question for Helen please email [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
Book your place ([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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