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"What I See" Project

When Jan 29, 2014
from 12:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Lucy Cavendish College
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What I see is a global collection of women's voices coming together to share, connect and actively shape the narrative of what it means to be a woman.  By asking the question 'What do you see when you look in the mirror?', the Project finds different ways for women to reflect on self-perceptions and female identity and becomes a platford for them to add their voice.  The bigger the voice, the more power we have to truly influence the issues that matter to you.

What I see will be spending the afternoon in Warburton Hall, Lucy Cavendish College, interviewing and filming some of the inspiring and interesting women at Cambridge University. We would like to invite you to take part in this exciting new women's network and tell us your own story.

Refreshments will be provided and for those who would prefer not to be filmed, there will be plenty of other ways to interact with the Project and get involved.  If you are interested in coming along, please e-mail emily@whatiseeproject.com to RSVP, or feel free to drop by - and bring a friend!

Please visit their website for more details http://whatiseeproject.com/

         

 

       

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