A Pioneer of Social Justice: Exploring The Legacy of Jennie Lee
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This is a panel discussion celebrating the remarkable life and achievements of Jennie Lee this International Women’s Day.
About A Pioneer of Social Justice: Exploring The Legacy of Jennie Lee
A panel discussion celebrating the remarkable life and achievements of Jennie Lee this International Women’s Day. A miner’s daughter, Fife-born Jennie Lee became an MP before she was old enough to vote, and went on to become the first ever Minister for the Arts in the UK and a founder of The Open University.
Panellists include Susan Stewart, Director of The Open University in Scotland; and Matthew Knights, Playwright and Founder of Knights Theatre, with more to be announced soon.
Supported by Knights Theatre, Creative Scotland, ONFife and The Open University in Scotland.
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