>Join the Women’s Law Students Forum to debate on the controversial topic of prostitution
On Monday 2 April, the Women Law Students Forum will be holding a debate on the legalisation of prostitution. Julie Bindel and Jean Johnson will be attending the event to give their opposing opinions on the topic.
Julie Bindel, who is staunchly against the legalisation and decriminalisation of prostitution, works as a freelance journalist for such publications as the Guardian and the Financial Times magazine.
Campaigner, Jean Johnson, is a Women’s Institute representative for the legalisation of brothels within the UK and has featured in a Channel 4 documentary A WI Lady’s Guide to Brothels.
The WLSF aims to promote the development of a vibrant student body and works to alert students on issues associated to equality and diversity. The WLSF is affiliated to the Family, Gender and Equality Research Unit at Bristol Law School, UWE.
The debate will be held at Frenchay Campus in room 3C01 at 4.30pm, followed by a drinks reception at 6pm. To submit an advance question, email email@example.com.