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Local legal firm, Freeths, celebrated International Women’s Day on Thursday 8th March by bringing together the Stoke-on-Trent business community with a talk by ex-career banker turned entrepreneur and the newest member of the Dragon’s Den gang, Jenny Campbell.
This week has been all about celebrating women and the progress that has been made for gender equality. However, most people have been celebrating celebrities, but what about looking a bit closer to home?
Women that are in positions of power have spoken out about the importance of International Women’s Day, and how more needs to be done for them to be treated equally.
International Women’s Day is held on Thursday (March 8) this year, with events taking place across the country.
Hundreds flocked to Stoke Minster today (March 8) to watch Professor Liz Barnes installed as Staffordshire University’s latest Vice-Chancellor.
The inauguration was planned to coincide with International Women’s Day, which celebrates the movement for women’s rights.
A debate on women in broadcasting, discussing better balanced broadcasting formed part of North Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent celebration of International Women’s Day, along with workshops and activities at the Mitchell Arts Centre in Hanley.
The talk, hosted by Sarah Gayton founder of Farmers on Film, invited a variety of women broadcasters on stage to talk about their careers in film, radio and self-broadcasting.