It’s Bloody Complicated – In Conversation with Natasha Walter


This week, we’re joined by Natasha Walter, feminist writer, founder and director of Women for Refugee Women and author of Living Dolls and A Quiet Life.

We’ll be hearing from Natasha about what motivated her to write Living Dolls, and how she moved from journalist at the Guardian to found the charity Women for Refugee Women.

After 14 years at WFRW, Natasha has plenty of stories to share with us and isn’t afraid to dig into the frictions and frustrations of her work. Now, having made the decision to move on from her role as director (more on that here), come and hear what Natasha is planning next. She’s keen for you to “ask her anything”- so do come with questions!

We’ll be learning from Natasha about the possibilities and pitfalls of alliance building, and how politics must grow out of solidarity.

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