Keeping the Door Open: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Dangerous Women
"A dangerous woman is a woman who gets into a position of power and keeps the door open behind her," said Lesley Riddoch at this year’s IASH/Scottish PEN International Women’s Day Symposium. In keeping with this theme, the Dangerous Women Project has invited fascinating speakers to share with you their experiences of being women in public, women in the working world and women in the literature sector.
Meet YWCA Scotland writer in residence Nadine Aisha, journalist and author Chitra Ramaswamy, and writer Karen Campbell in a discussion chaired by Jenny Niven, Head of Literature at Creative Scotland and one of the founders of the Stella Prize for Women’s Writing in Australia.
This will be a personal, informal event at the Wee Red Bar with limited capacity, so make sure you book early! The event will give you ample opportunity to ask your own questions, so do come prepared with something you’d like to ask our panellists and chair, or personal experiences you’d like to talk about. There will also be an opportunity to stay on and mingle after the event.
Note on seating: Seating at this event is limited to 40, but there will be some standing room in the back. If you require a seat, feel free to drop us a line after you've booked and we will do our best to accommodate. On the night itself, we will allocate unreserved seats on a first-come-first-served basis.