In and Around Catz Centre for Global Equality Talk CGE’s Student Society invite you to attend their first event of the year: Gender and Ethnicity in 21st Century Contexts of Equality Thursday 22nd November, 8–9.30pm, Magdalene College Cripps Court Offering the chance to learn about the research being carried out across the globe by three members of the University, and discuss these concepts over wine and nibbles, this event is definitely not to be missed! Our speakers will discuss what their research reveals about the way these cultural identities intersect in the socio-political context of different parts of the developing world. Confirmed speakers include: Siby Warrington, who will explain how the everyday inequalities of productive and reproductive work for low-income and indigenous women have been made invisible in the development planning process across entangled hierarchies of gender, ethnicity-race and place. Katarzyna Baran, who will describe how aid recipients perceive their socio-economic status in South-South partnerships in agricultural Haiti. Join us at Magdalene College, Seminar Room 3, Thursday 22nd November, 8.00pm. Attendance is free of charge but places are limited – please follow this link to reserve your place! Please direct questions to Alexa Netty, CGE-SS President.