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#125 Cambridge Radical Feminist Network: Centring Women’s Rights in Academia

#125 Cambridge Radical Feminist Network: Centring Women’s Rights in Academia

Update: 2021-01-27
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FiLiA Spokeswoman Raquel Rosario Sánchez speaks with Imogen, a representative of the Cambridge Radical Feminist Network to discuss its origins as a group, its politics and the recent controversies regarding free speech at the University of Cambridge.

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Cambridge Radical Feminist Network: Centring Women’s Rights in Academia

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The Cambridge Radical Feminist Network is a network of feminist students and Cambridge residents who meet throughout the academic term to discuss feminism from a radical, materialist and gender-critical perspective. They hold discussion groups every two weeks, which are open to all women, student or not.

The Cambridge Radical Feminist Network believes that open, rational and well-reasoned debate is central to genuine feminist analysis, activism and ultimately liberation. They exist to provide a space on campus where lively discussion can take place.

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#125 Cambridge Radical Feminist Network: Centring Women’s Rights in Academia

#125 Cambridge Radical Feminist Network: Centring Women’s Rights in Academia

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