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Celebrating Menstrual Health Week 2020- #Periodsinpandemic

Our Red Wave Talks- Part 2 is back with louder and prouder as we are once again joined by some amazing speakers from all sectors of period health to celebrate Menstrual Health Day 2020. 

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However, we have to adapt a few changes which mean you can join our live videos from the comfort of your own home for the next 10 days. So grab a glass of drink and be prepared to get informed education


Inspirational Speakers include: Natasha Piette, Ella Daish, Laura Coryton, Melonie Syrett and many more….

 This virtual event aims to bring together individuals, groups, businesses and organisations who have provided a significant contribution to break taboos and help create a #RedWave movement to liberate menstruation.

 As well as those working in the charitable sector, there are a number of start-ups and businesses creating new solutions to solve the challenges of menstruation for girls and women – and #RedWave Talks aims to give those groups a voice with this creative connections event. Yes we will be talking about choices, choices that every person has a right to know. 

 We will talk from tampon tax to language choices when talking about periods and period products.

When, Where, How and Who?

 

This is an 8 days event. Starting 21st of May

 

21st May- Thursday - Chella Quint - Menstrual Language How important is it? With Chella Quint 

 22nd May- Friday - Freedom4Girls- How Charities are changing lives of girls and women in UK 

 23rd May- Saturday- Ella Daish - Is our period an environmental burden?

24th May- Sunday - Laura Coryton - Sex Education/ Period Education at School

25th May- Monday - Natash Piette- WEN Freedom of information for chemicals in the product.

26th May- Tuesday - Speaker TBC


27th May- Wednesday- Melonie Syrett- Mother and Daughter- Normalising Period

28th May- Thursday-Sara Parker - Nepal and Period.

 

 

The event starts everyday at 7:30 pm till 8 pm. We will be live 2 min before the time to get ready. See you there. x

 

 

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