Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies – An evening with Julie Bindel

The Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies is delighted to host Julie Bindel—one of the most important contemporary voices in the feminist movement—in an interactive evening talk, focusing on prostitution and violence against women. Julie will share her extensive academic and journalistic experience on these critical issues. The floor will then be open for a Q&A with the audience.

Date: Wednesday, 14th February 2018

Time: 17:30 – 19:30

Place: EU House, 30 Vyronos Av., 1096 Nicosia

Refreshments will follow the talk. The event is free and open to all.

Kindly RSVP to Josie Christodoulou at josie@medinstgenderstudies.org by Friday, 9th February.

About Julie Bindel

Julie Bindel is an English investigative journalist, writer, and broadcaster. She has been active in the global campaign to end violence towards women and children since 1979 and has written extensively on surrogacy, rape, domestic violence, sexually motivated murder, prostitution and trafficking, child sexual exploitation, stalking, and the rise of religious fundamentalism and its harm to women and girls. Julie has authored over 30 book chapters and reports on a range of topics pertaining to gender inequality and abuse, and writes regularly for The Guardian, Independent, the New Statesman, Spectator, and Truthdig. She appears regularly on the BBC and Sky News. Julie also produces radio documentaries on various aspects of violence and exploitation of women and girls. She was Visiting Journalist at Brunel University (2013 – 2014), Visiting Researcher at Lincoln University (2014-17) and is an advisory board of Byline (byline.com). Julie’s book on the state of the lesbian and gay movement in the UK (Guardian books, 2014) has been praised for being thought-provoking and challenging. Julie has also co-authored The Map of My Life: The Story of Emma Humphreys (2003), Exiting Prostitution: A Study on female desistance (2014). Her latest book is The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth (2017).