Sunday Assembly Reading - Gender Roles
Time & Location
About The Event
This month we welcome Nikki Dancy, GMB Trade Union Regional Organiser, speaking about the genetic roots of sexism. Starting even from before birth, stereotypes around gender influence how our own parents think of us and treat us, and this subconscious 'programming' and filtering continues every day through our lives in countless tiny interactions with the wider world. This talk does not seek to definitively answer the age-old question of whether gender difference is entirely nature or nurture, but instead takes you through some of the fascinating experiments, research and studies that show how bias happens, how we can begin to combat the implicit bias of others and also how to combat it in ourselves.
Then add some great songs, sung with The Word Of Bob, and all the other fun things that make a Sunday Assembly.
Doors open at 30 mins before the Assembly starting. The best way to meet new people is to come early.
The Reading Irish Centre
96-104 Chatham St, Reading, RG1 7HT
There is a lot of free parking on Sundays on the streets north of the Irish Centre. Try Weldale Street, North Street and Great Knollys Street. There is a footpath that leads from Weldal Street to Chatham Street, and then the Irish Centre will be on your right.
The Reading Irish Centre is within easy reach of many Reading Buses
A 10-minute walk from Reading train station.
Closest car park is Q-Park Chatham Place
Cheapest car park in Reading is most probably on Napier Street - £1.10 per hour.