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Asian Women into Politics: Panel Discussion

Asian women are under-represented in British Politics. How can we encourage a new generation of leaders into local and national government?

This panel discussion, chaired by Professor Zenobia Nadirshaw, Head of Psychology at Kensington & Chelsea Primary Care Trust, will address this question and more. The panel will include Barbara Follett MP, Minister for Equality; Baroness Mazila Pola Uddin, Member of the House of Lords and human rights campaigner; Venu Dhupa, theatre director and government cultural adviser; Zerbanoo Gifford, the first Asian woman appointed as a Liberal Councillor, member of the Race Relations Forum and campaigner; and Priti Patel, prospective Parliamentary Conservative Candidate and Conservative Parliamentary spokesperson on law and order.


Professor Zenobia Nadirshaw | talks
Barbara Follett MP | talks
Baroness Pola Uddin | talks
Venu Dhupa | talks
Zerbanoo Gifford | talks
Priti Patel | talks


Date and Time:

8 November 2007 at 6:30 pm





The Graduate Centre
London Metropolitan Univeristy
116-200 Holloway Road
N7 8DB

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Organised by:

The Women's Library
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£10/£7 concessions

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The Women's Library
London Metropolitan University
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London E1 7NT

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