Catherine Mayer

Attack of the Fifty Foot Women

Catherine Mayer

Talk: Attack of the Fifty Foot Women

If gender equality promises benefits to everyone, not just to women, why aren’t we embracing it? And how can we speed the pace of change? In 2015, journalist Catherine Mayer founded the Women’s Equality Party and watched it grow from an idea to a vibrant political force. Catherine joined us in London to share inside views and experiences on building a party, and bringing together global research and interviews on how gender equality can save the world.

Catherine Mayer

Catherine Mayer was born in the US but now lives in London. She is a former editor at large of TIME magazine and the author of the Sunday Times bestselling biography of Prince Charles Charles: The Heart of a King. In 2015 she co-founded the Women’s Equality Party with Sandi Toksvig and was named on the Evening Standard’s 2016 Progress 1000 list comprising London’s most influential people.

Attack of the 50 Ft. Women: How Gender Equality Can Save The World!

For some fascinating answers and brilliant thought experiments—and a blueprint for reaching Equalia—read Attack of the Fifty Foot Women.

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