Panel Event Recording: What Doesn't Kill Me
Brunel University has made available the recording of last month's panel event What Doesn't Kill Me - a collaboration between the University and the Temple Women's Forum.
The panel engaged in a conversation on the issues raised by the screening of Rachel Meyrick’s What Doesn’t Kill Me (2017). Featuring: Nicole Jacobs (Designate Domestic Abuse Commissioner), Professor Evan Stark (author of Coercive Control), Marai Larasi (consultant community organiser and educator) and Natalie Page (founder of # thecourtsaid). The discussion was chaired by Ruby Sayed (barrister at One Pump Court Chambers, Chair and Lead member for Safeguarding, City of London Corporation, trustee and chair of the Asian Women's Resource Centre) and introduced by Master Sapnara, Co-Chair of the Temple Women’s Forum.