Natasha Walter, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights 2014-15, will give two public lectures with CRASSH and participate in the Cambridge Women of the World event on Sunday 8 March 2015. Together with other invited speakers such as Lucy-Anne Holmes and Rehab Jameel she will discuss current trends in social media and activism. Over the last few years there has been a genuine rise in feminist activism and debate, from No More Page 3 to the campaigns against FGM and the detention of refugee women. Join our speakers from some of the key areas of protest to find out how to get the word out and create change in today's world, from online campaigning to street protests. Professor Andrew Webber from the University of Cambridge will chair the discussion.