Chemaly is a prolific writer and cultural critic, nationally recognised as a feminist thinker, speaker, and activist.
As director of the Women's Media Center and board member of Emerge America, Chemaly is involved in national and international campaigns, and her work on online harassment and misogyny has contributed to a coordinated global movement to address the effects of sexism.
Bates is the founder of the award-winning Everyday Sexism Project, an ever-increasing collection of over 100,000 testimonies of gender inequality, and writes for publications including The Guardian, The Independent and TIME.
Bates' first book, Everyday Sexism, won and was shortlisted for several awards. Her book Misogynation: The True Scale of Sexism came out earlier this year.
Bidisha is a British writer, film-maker and broadcaster for BBC TV and radio, Channel 4 News and Sky News and is a trustee of the Booker Prize Foundation. Her fifth book, Asylum and Exile: Hidden Voices of London, is based on this work. Bidisha is the chair of judges for the 2018 Forward Prizes for poetry and has directed her first short film, An Impossible Poison.
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