Join us for the next instalment of our Global Feminism Series with a spotlight on Uganda.

We will be in conversation with feminist activists and our partners, shining a spotlight on women’s rights in the country. Our second Global Feminism Series will be hosted live from Uganda!

Date: Wednesday 28th June 
Time: 18:00-19:00 BST  
LOCATION: Online via Zoom. Register here for the event 
Hearing from extraordinary women on the frontlines, we will be speaking to:
Photo of Mukyala Zaituna, a Uganda women, she is wearing a colourful cowel neck blouse and has tightly curled hair wearing a bow head band
Mukyala Zaituna

Leading our partner organisation, Women in Leadership which brings justice to women in Uganda facing violence and abuse.

A photo of Dr Atuki Turner, a Uganda scholar, she is wearing a blue t shirt and is smiling. Her backdrop is a book case with red, yellow and orange books
Dr Atuki Turner

A prominent Ugandan women’s rights activist and legal campaigner, and founder of Mifumi, the largest women’s rights agency operating at grassroots level in Uganda.

Raakhi Shah, The Circle CEO, the photo shows her headshot smiling.
Raakhi Shah

CEO of The Circle, to hear first hand how your support is making a difference to the lives of women in Uganda.

What is The Circle’s Global Feminism Series?

The Circle’s Global Feminism Series is an exciting programme of upcoming in-person and online events to shine a spotlight on women around the world fighting for gender equality and empowerment. You will hear from world leaders, feminist activists, stars and extraordinary women leading projects on the frontline. Tune in however you like, whilst walking the dog, on your commute home or while cooking dinner!

Find out more about our Global Feminism Series.