In 2017, the New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor published a report that exposes sexual abuse allegations against powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. The shocking story served as a launching pad for the #MeToo movement, shattering decades of silence around the subject of sexual assault and harassment.
To mark the International Women's Day 2023, SwedCham's Women4Women Committee and the Embassy of Sweden in Singapore invite you to a screening of the movie "She Said" (watch trailer here) at The Projector. After the screening, we will have a 30 min open mic discussion on what we have learnt since the start of the #MeToo movement and where we are today, in 2023. The discussion will be moderated by policy expert Neha Thakkar. There will be opportunities for networking both before and after the film/discussion.
Date: Wednesday 1 March 2023
Time: 6:15-10 pm (movie screening starts at 7:00 pm)
Venue: The Projector, 6001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Tower, #05-00, Singapore 199589 (Blue Room)
Ticket: $45 (includes the movie screening, one drink of choice and popcorn/nachos).
You can purchase additional drinks as well as food at your own expense before and after the movie. Food service closes at 9 pm and the bar at 10 pm.
The event is open to the public.
To register for this event please visit the event booking page: https://swedchamsg.glueup.com/event/iwd-2023-did-the-metoo-movement-bring-actual-change-70752/
This event is hosted by SwedCham's Women4Women Committee and the Embassy of Sweden in Singapore.