“The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe”

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25/10/2019
00:00 - 00:00
“The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe”
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The launch of the pamphlet “The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe” will bring together the authors and the general public to discuss the findings as well as the broader issues surrounding the growth of the #Metoo movement exactly two years after its breakout. The pamphlet is co-edited by FEPS with Fondazione Socialismo.

The pamphlet will be published in FEPS website just after the presentation. Hard copies will be distribute during the event.


08:30 Registration & Coffee
08:45 Welcome
08:50 Presentation of the pamphlet
“The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe”
09:00 Exchange between Marcella Corsi (Sapienza University of Rome), Jeanne Ponté (Co-founder of MetooEP) and the audience
09:35 Conclusions

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