Annual Gathering 2020
Many of you have been in touch regarding the impact Covid-19 will have on our upcoming events and due to the uncertainty of the times ahead, it is with great sadness that we have come to the decision to postpone The Circle’s Annual Gathering 2020. Ultimately, we believe that this is most responsible course of action to take.
The Circle’s Annual Gathering has always been a time for celebration and inspiration. We therefore feel it would be more appropriate to come together sometime in the coming months to acknowledge the phenomenal efforts of the last 12 months, ensure no one misses out on the opportunity to hear from the incredible speakers, including Helen Pankhurst CBE and recognise Sioned’s contribution as CEO over the last 5 years.
We want to thank you for your continual support and wish you all the best in these strange and unsettling times.
Our Annual Gathering is an opportunity to bring our valued members together to thank and acknowledge you all for your support in our work, as we reflect on our achievements over the past 12 months and share our plans and strategy for 2020. As we know from previous years, it’s also an event full of inspiration and motivation from the range of speakers and fellow guests.
Last year we had the pleasure of hearing from Annie Lennox and Eve Ensler, women from across our projects and a range of members. Melanie, Santosh, Laura, Annie and Susan all described how they had brought their transferable skills, their connections, and their passion to be active global feminists through their membership with The Circle.
This year we are incredibly excited to be joined by Helen Pankhurst CBE, an international development and women’s rights activist and writer. Helen is currently Care International’s Senior Advisor working in the UK and Ethiopia and her book, Deeds Not Words: The Story of Women’s Rights Then and Now was published in 2018.
We encourage you to save the date and RSVP to ensure that you will be able to join us for what is sure to be an inspirational evening!
Where? St Martins in the Field Crypt, Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, London WC2N 4JJ