Women's Equality Party co-founder Sandi Toksvig is the first woman to deliver the Adam Smith lecture. She introduces the idea of grossly undervalued domestic product, and imagines a world in which equality - rather than self interest - is the driving force behind our economy.
The lecture is hosted by the Adam Smith Global Foundation and supported by the Kirkcaldy Ambitions Partnership.
What does resistance look like 100 years after the Suffragettes, and where do we go from here?
On this episode we talk about what the last 100 years has looked like for the UK’s women, how to keep our resistance intersectional, and what resistance means in 2018 and beyond.
2018 marks 100 years since the Representation of the People Act, which granted partial suffrage to some women. It wasn’t until 1928 that all women were giving the same voting rights as men. So why are we celebrating this...