The inaugural Chwarae Teg lecture was made possible by partnership with GRO—Cardiff University’s Gendered Research Opportunities unit.

Acclaimed author Lucinda Hawksley talked about her book: March, Women, March: Voices of the Women’s Movement and offered a revealing insight to the stories of the remarkable women and men who fought for gender equality in the UK.

Article on Cardiff University website: Listening to voices from the past.

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A regular speaker at the National Portrait Gallery and Patron of the Charles Dickens Museum, Lucinda has a passionate interest in the history of the women’s movement and has written a number of biographies, including: Lizzie Siddal, The Tragedy of a Pre-Raphaelite Supermodel.

A lecturer in literature and art Lucinda is a great, great, great granddaughter of Charles and Catherine Dickens.

The lecture opened with a message from Presiding Officer, Dame Rosemary Butler.