Cressida Dick hosts debate 'Inspiring Women: Creating Social Change'

Reserve your free tickets for our Inspiring Women debate on Creating Social Change led by Cressida Dick, the Met's first female commissioner, this January.

Cressida Dick CBE QPM, the first female commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service in London, will lead the debate 'Inspiring Women: Creating Social Change' on behalf of Coram CHildren's charity.

Issues faced today particularly by women and girls and what we need to be doing as a society to create social change, will be discussed during this free event.

These events take inspiration from the 21 ladies of 'Quality and Distinction' who aided Thomas Coram during his 17 year campaign to establish The Foundling Hospital in 1739. Now known as Coram, the children's charity continues to help those who are marginalised or at risk in order to give all children and young people the best possible chance in life.

Tickets are free but reservation is essential, see link below.

 

Date Tuesday 15th January 2019, 18:30 - 21:00
Location The Foundling Museum
Price £0.00
Contact Luisa Corricelli
Address The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, WC1N 1AZ
Nearest Tube Russell Square

Register here to attend