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Free Events and Webinars in May
Free Events and Webinars in May

Free Events and Webinars in May

Have some spare time this month, or looking to gain some new knowledge and skills? Girls in Policy have you covered! Know of any great events coming up? Drop us a message and we’ll be sure to share it here.

Ongoing – UK Parliament Week – Resources

May 1 – Volunteer MBC Youth – Power of YOUth: A Piece of Our Planet

May 4 – Speaking Up For Aid & One For The World – Why UK Aid Matters

May 4 – Firespring – Leading Change: Breakthroughs Don’t Happen Overnight

May 4 – Kroc School: Institute for Peace and Justice – Kroc Border – Behind the Headlines: Asylum-Seekers at the Border

May 4 – OpenAIRE – Legal Policy Webinar

May 4 – IBM – Skill Up with IBM: Get the job you want 

May 5 – Cumberland Lodge – Dialogue & Debate: Fostering Climate Resilience

May 5 – The Open University – Behind the scenes – Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World

May 5 – Chartered College of Teaching – What does the future of education hold? 

May 5 – Institute for Government – Data Bites #19: Getting things done with data in government

May 5 – Edinburgh University Feminist Society – The Syrian Conflict: 10 Years On – The Crisis within Syria

May 6 – Royal Economic Society – Annual Public Lecture 2021: Why digital is so disruptive 

May 6 – The Left Book Club – Radical May: Rosa Luxemburg, Socialism or Barbarism

May 6 – Fashion Revolution Netherlands – Why sustainable fashion must be intersectional

May 7 – Institute of Development Studies – The Battle of youth continues: The policy narrative from security to peace

May 7 – Mansfield College, University of Oxford – Engaging Britain: using evidence and emotion to develop public policy

May 10 – Richmond Hill Public Library – Making Green Choices

May 10 – Hume Foundation – Inaugural John Hume ‘European Spirit of Peace’ Lecture 

May 11 – Oxford Brookes University – Who runs the world? Girls, leadership and women in the public eye

May 11 – Leeds Business School Guest Lecture with Adam Smith – Let’s really feed the world

May 11 – The University of Exeter – Modern Slavery: Protection, Support and Assistance

May 12 – International Justice Mission UK – The Parallel Pandemic: Building Back Safer from Violence

May 12 – ClauseMatch – Why everything starts with policies 

May 12 – The Royal Society for Public Health – Public Health and the State – RSPH and Professor Chris Whitty

May 12 – Institute for Policy Research – Engaging the public in changing food systems to tackle climate change 

May 12 – Human Rights Education Review – Decolonial Human Rights Education

May 13 – The Scotsman and Womble Bond Dickinson – Kick-starting Scotland’s Green Economic Recovery

May 13 – Queen’s University Public Engagement – Beyond Coronavirus: How Does the World Recover?

May 13 – Centre for Global Education – Development Education and Transnationalism

May 17 – Net Zero All Party Parliamentary Group – Delivering Net Zero Cities and Regions

May 17 – Human Rights Consortium Scotland – What Went Wrong? COVID-19, Accountability and Building Back Better

May 18 – Festival of Debate – What’s it Really Like to Get a Basic Income?

May 19 – Research for Action – Reimagining Accountability in local government 

May 19 – SFU Public Square – Researching for Climate Justice

May 20 – Department of Social Policy and LSE US Centre – Where Are All the ‘Welfare Queens?’ Diversity and European Evidence on Single-Parent Families

May 21 – The Women’s Institute – Women in Leadership

May 24 – University Centre Halesowen – The role of education for sustainable development – Public Lecture (online)

May 25 – Skills for Change – Anti-Black Racism: A Year in Review and the Launch of the BLISC

May 25 – Tearfund – The Road to Racial Justice – one year on from the death of George Floyd

May 26 – Festival of Social Justice – Modern Slavery

May 31 – Festival of Debate – Ending Gendered Violence

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