70 Years On

21 September 2017, 6:30pm - 8pm

Journalist and broadcaster Bidisha discusses the experiences of those who were displaced; left alone to manage families as the men were called away during wartime; and those who were 'intermarried'. Now in a postcolonial age, how has the position of women shifted globally and for diaspora communities living in the UK today?

She is joined on the panel by artists Gagan Singh (Delhi), Deepa Bhasthi (Forager Collective - Bangalore), Sooree Pillay (writer, Nottingham) and NAE's Director Skinder Hundal

Admission: FREE
Age range: All are welcome


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Image credit: Bidisha


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