Women's History Month Panel - How has the pandemic disproportionately impacted women?

Monday 01 March 2021 - 3:30pm - 5pm

Join UEL Students’ Union as we explore the reasons why the covid-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted women. From economic instability, to childcare and caring responsibilities, to unequal domestic labour expectations, we will discuss the potential implications on gender equity, and what can be done about it. 

Our panellists are NUS National President, Larissa Kennedy, and UEL’s own Professor of Feminist Studies and a co-founder of the Feminist Research Group, Professor Maria Tamboukou. 

This event is open to all University of East London students, we encourage you to come along and hear what our panellists have to say as well as ask questions of your own. 


Please get in touch with our Policy Manager, Rosie McKenna, if you have any questions or specific access needs prior to the event: r.mckenna@uel.ac.uk