Sadly, once again we find ourselves reflecting upon violent acts perpetrated on innocent people within our communities. Our condolences go to the family and friends of the person who has lost their life in the horrendous act near Finsbury Park. We would like to send our support and thoughts to all others caught up in
On behalf of Prejudice Free Dorset it is with great sadness that I send our condolences to those affected by the vile criminal acts which took place in London last weekend. Our thoughts and support go to all those who have been touched by the events in Westminster, Manchester and London over the past weeks.
Prejudice Free Dorset sends its condolences to the families and friends of all those killed or injured in the terrorist attack in Westminster, London. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time. There is no information to suggest that any ongoing threat is posed to the public of Dorset in the aftermath of yesterday’s
This panel discussion featuring industry guest speakers will consider some of the gender challenges within the workplace and provide tips for students hoping to undertake future leadership roles. The panel members are: – Louise Barton, Head of SRP Operations, Barclays – Tara Flynn, Managing Director, Ratio – Sarah Derbyshire, Chief Insector CID, Dorset Police –
Speaker: Dr Sue Sudbury, Global Engagement Lead and Athena Swan Champion Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Media and Communication and Fiona Cosson, Lecturer, Faculty of Media and Communication Village Tales (India/UK: 23 mins) is a participatory film made by Sue together with four young women in rural India, offering a powerful insight into the raw experience of women