CHASE Feminist Network Sharing Research & Practice Conference 28th & 29th February 2020, London

The CHASE Feminist Network is proud to present our second annual Sharing Research and Practice event. Reprising our venue at the Foundling Museum, we are thrilled to have a diverse and exciting programme to share. Although some details are still TBC our current programme can be found here.

This sharing practice event addresses discrimination within and outwith the academy, the unequal distribution of emotional labour, and embedded cultures of privilege, and how they can be troubled, disrupted and overturned through feminist approaches. There will be a mixture of panels, workshops and performances.

You can book your place online here from the 13th January 2020:

Attendance is free. Tea, coffee, and lunch are included on both days, as well as a meal on the evening of Friday 28th February. There the option to joing use for informal food and drink after the conference on Saturday 29th, but we can only cover the cost of this for those already in receipt of CHASE funding.

The Foundling Museum is in central London, not far from King’s Cross and Russell Square tube stations. It has ramped access, a lift to all floors, accessible toilets, and a cloakroom. A wheelchair, facilities for assistance dogs, large print interpretation texts, and magnifying glasses are available on request. Further information can be found at

Participants are required to book their own accommodation, however, we are pleased to confirm that all attendees both within and without the CHASE network will be able to claim the cost of transport and accommodation for the conference. Full information regarding the claim process will be sent following registration, or you can contact us for details on

.For further details on expenses and access details please view our joining instructions here.


We value and respect the contributions of all the members of our network, including trans women, trans men and nonbinary and gender diverse people. We also recognise and respect the intersectionality of feminism and the various levels of oppression experienced by women and nonbinary individuals across class and racial lines, and especially the vulnerability of transgender women of colour. We demand that people of all gender identities are treated with dignity and respect, and will not tolerate the harassment or bullying of anyone based on their gender identity or expression.


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