- Click for tickets -spot_img

Let’s break the bias


A formidable panel of women will draw on their professional and personal experiences to debate the issues that women face, from domestic abuse, racism, economic inequality and much more. 

The panel is chaired by Stroud District Council leader Doina Cornell, and features women known for their pioneering work supporting and giving voice to women and speaking out on issues that concern us all: Sabrina Pace-Humphreys founder of Black Trail Runners, whose book ‘Black Sheep – A Story of Rural Racism, Identity and Hope’ will be out this summer; Jess McQuail Stroud town councillor, Director of human rights NGO Just Fair and chair of the UK’s only pan-equality network Equally Ours; Nabeela Akhtar anti-racist campaigner, activist, psychologist and educator; and Di Martin Labour Town and District Councillor, who for many years has worked with and supported disadvantaged and marginalised women.

All are welcome to join the discussion. The meeting will be held at 7pm on Friday 11 March on Zoom, and you can register here at

Latest News

tALKSPORT pundit insists Vince has the last laugh in the wake of Edwards’ Watford sacking

With a section of Forest Green fans clamouring for the return of former boss Rob Edwards, former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan insists Dale Vince will be having the last laugh following his departure from Watford.
Skip to content