If you couldn’t make it to our Alternative Jack the Ripper tour or the Forgotten Women of Tower Hamlets event – or if you just thought it was that brilliant that you want to see it again – we’ve now put the audio up on Soundcloud and created a Storify to highlight the main issues from the evening and share some pics.
Listen to the evening event on Soundcloud
View the Storify
More Alternative Jack the Ripper tours are planned soon, watch this space!
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The Forgotten Women of Tower Hamlets is an evening of discussions about street-based prostitution in Tower Hamlets organised by LIFT and Toynbee Hall’s Safe Exit project. This event will take place at Toynbee Hall on Thursday 21st of March 2013. It is free and open to local residents, groups and organisations who work with vulnerable women.
6:00 pm: The Alternative Jack the Ripper Tour
The evening will start at 6 with an historical tour to celebrate the lives and commemorate the deaths of the victims of Jack the Ripper. Meet at Toynbee Hall for a prompt 6pm start. Please note spaces are limited. If you are interested in this part of the event please register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
6:45 pm: A panel discussion on prostitution
nt research and projects which support women to leave prostitution, hearing from women who have experienced extreme trauma and survived. Speakers include:
- Lisa Young from Eaves will present findings from their research with women leaving prostitution about what support they need to exit
- Clare G is an author and a survivor of prostitution
- Rebecca Perry manages the Safe Exit project at Toynbee Hall, supporting women to exit prostitution
- Amy Doyle is from the Chrysalis Project, providing accommodation and support for women in prostitution
- Fiona Dwyer is the Violence Against Women & Girls Strategy Manager at the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, and will talk about their approach to tackling this issue.
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