Panel Sessions

panels

At Girls Against, we are dedicated in bringing a variety of discussions and topics using a mix of different platforms. Over the 2020/2021 COVID-19 pandemic period, we've found that virtual panels are a really interesting way to educate and engage audiences with the issues that we cover.

You can watch our recent panels via the videos below!

THE FUTURE OF SAFE SPACES

Panel Session 30/4/21 

Girls Against presents 'The Future of Safe Spaces', a panel session recorded live on 30/4/21 as part of Sass And Snarl's 'The Revolution Will Be Televised' conference. Panelists (from top left): Emma Thompson - Fat Out Manchester Bea Bennister - Girls Against Ella - Where Are The Girlbands? Joy Warmann - Imaginary Millions Georgia Donnelly - Girls Against Mimi Jasson - Dream Nails Eve - Where Are The Girlbands? Zuleha Akhtar - Hands Off Club This panel discusses the importance of safe spaces at live events, with a specific focus on addressing why these spaces need to be intersectional, accessible and available for different marginalised groups, and how this can be achieved as venues reopen post COVID.

 

tw: mention of sexual assault, sexual violence, violence against women & marginalised groups.

Closed Captions available!

THE FUTURE OF FESTIVALS

Panel Session 30/4/21

Girls Against presents 'The Future of Safe Festivals', a panel session recorded live on 30/4/21 as part of Sass And Snarl's 'The Revolution Will Be Televised' conference. Panelists (from top left): Estella Adeyeri - Decolonise Fest Bea Bennister - Girls Against Ellen Sanderson - Girls Against Camella Agabalyan - The Sanctuary at Lovebox Festival Cassie Fox - Loud Women Nadine Artois - Pxssy Palace, The Sanctuary at Lovebox Festival Shay D - Rapper, Youth Mentor, Queens of Art Tour This panel discussion focuses on what festivals need to be doing more of to ensure everyone, but in particular non-cis men, feel safe attending, and more generally, what is still missing for the majority of festivals as we approach summer. We take inspiration from some amazing guests who are already paving the way for the future of festivals in the UK!

 

tw: mention of sexual assault, sexual violence, violence against women & marginalised groups, drug usage

Closed Captions available!