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Lord Mayor's Coffee Colloquies: Achieving Gender Equality (SDG5)

Lord Mayor's Coffee Colloquies: Achieving Gender Equality (SDG5)

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  • Date 27 Feb 2024
  • Time 8.45-11.15am
  • Category Seminar

Lord Mayor's Coffee Colloquies: Achieving Gender Equality (SDG5)

Old Ballroom
Mansion House
London EC4N 8BH 

The 695th Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Professor Michael Mainelli, seeks to highlight the many
“knowledge miles” that exist in and around the city, including finance but also science, academia, royal societies, universities, tech etc. One of the workstreams of the Connect to Prosper programme is a series of Coffee Colloquies, an opportunity for ten experts to speak for four minutes each on a theme, linking back to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

At this Colloquy, organised by Royal Holloway, University of London, ten diverse speakers will share their perspective(s) on gender equality within their personal and professional experiences.

Arrival and coffee served



Open Q&A

Networking with refreshments


Admission is free but booking is essential.


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