Venue

BBC, Broadcasting House

Portland Pl, Marylebone, , London, W1A 1AA

London, UK, GB, W1A 1AA

On January 15th join us for an evening at the BBC where we will be discussing intersectionality* and how media could be used as a tool to break down systems of discrimination.


We have a panel of incredible speakers:
Ben Hunte, LGBT Correspondent, BBC News
Fox Fisher: Artist, film-maker &; campaigner
Josh Cole: Head of Comedy, BBC Studios
Miranda Wayland: Interim Head of Diversity and Inclusion, BBC

You can expect drinks, tasty canapés and an evening of honest discussion in a safe and accessible space.


This will be sold out so, to ensure entry, please arrive early. There will also be security checks and registration so please factor that in and bring ID.


*how social and political categories, such as gender, race, class, sexuality, disability, neurodiversity, to name a few, can combine to create unique interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage


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