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RSA Fellows are invited to an evening with film director Leslee Udwin

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Join award winning filmmaker Leslee Udwin for a documentary screening of her documentary 'India's Daughter'.

Date: 19 September, 7.00 p.m
Venue: Earl's Court, St Cuthbert's Church (step free access available)
£8 (all proceeds will go to charity)

Documentary screening - India's Daughter - 1 hour, (adults only)
Q&A with Leslee Udwin - 1 hour

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"India's Daughter is one of the most important documents of the 21st century. What a vital and incredible powerful tool it has given to us all''. Emma Thompson
"This amazing film is a remarkable achievement, serving to bring a light to the fundamental, visceral attitudes obstructing women's equality." Meryl Streep
''Social, emotional learning to me isn't some annex to education, it should be seen right from the beginning as a one of the central purposes of education. […] Think Equal is a vital part of now." Sir Ken Robinson

India's Daughter is an award winning documentary film directed by Leslee Udwin and is part of the BBC's Storyville series. Filmmaker Leslee Udwin examines the society and values of India after a 23-year-old medical student is raped and murdered on a bus.

Leslee Udwin has started a world-wide initiative THINK EQUAL to address how early child education tackles human behaviour in adult life. THINK EQUAL calls for a system change in education to end the discriminatory mind set and cycle of violence across our world.

Leslee Udwin was voted by the NY Times the No 2 Most Impactful Woman of 2015, and has been awarded the prestigious Swedish Anna Lindh Human Rights Prize (previously won by Madeleine Albright). She has also been named Safe's Global Hero of 2015, Global Thinker by Foreign Policy. A BAFTA and multi-award winning filmmaker and Human Rights Campaigner, Leslee's documentary "India's Daughter", has been critically acclaimed around the globe, won 32 awards (including the Peabody Award and the Amnesty International Media Award for Best Documentary 2016) and sparked a global movement to end violence against women and girls. The searing insights yielded by the 2½ journey making "India's Daughter", led Leslee to found UK-and-US-based Not for Profit global education initiative THINK EQUAL.

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This event is organized by Earl's Court Charity Great Women Speak Out! and THINK EQUAL.

THINK EQUAL is a global initiative which constructs and delivers an equality studies curriculum, that is as fundamental as literacy and numeracy. We must commit to a holistic approach to education which will result in a new generation of equal thinkers – global citizens – who can rise to the challenges of the 21st century. THINK EQUAL is a registered charity in England and Wales.

Follow THINK EQUAL on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Donations to THINK EQUAL can be made here.

GREAT WOMEN SPEAK OUT! believes that education is the vehicle and inspiration is the fuel. Great Women Speak Out! aims to inspire a new generation of great women; to encourage them not just to succeed, but to live great lives full of optimism, sense of purpose and achievement using inspiration and mentoring from the greatest women in the world. Great Women Speak Out! charity in partnership with United Nations in Myanmar (Burma) has developed an inspiration-education platform, iWomen Inspiring Women App, which connects and inspire 22,000 rural women farmers. Great Women Speak Out is a registered charity in England and Wales (1155264). 

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