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POSTPONED: The Rape Audit: how society is failing victims of sexual violence

Hosted by the Department of Law

CANCELLED

Speakers

Sarah Green

Sarah Green

Sirin Kale

Sirin Kale

Lewis Power QC

Lewis Power QC

Harriet Wistrich

Harriet Wistrich

Chair

Shami Chakrabarti

Shami Chakrabarti

Important announcement

This event will not be taking place this evening. It has been postponed and we hope to reschedule for the academic year 20/21. If you would like to be informed when new details are announced, please email law.events@lse.ac.uk.

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