Jo Cox Cambridge Memorial Lecture 2021

The Department of Sociology and Murray Edwards College invite you to the Annual Jo Cox Cambridge Memorial Lecture on 16th June 2021

Jo Cox MP was a former student of Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge and a committed politician, humanitarian, wife and mother. In June 2016, Jo was murdered by a far-right activist whilst working in her constituency, Batley and Spen. Jo dedicated her life to helping others, campaigning tirelessly for a fairer, kinder and more tolerant world.

To celebrate Jo's life and the inspiring work she was involved with, please join us for the 4th annual lecture in our memorial series on 16th June 2021; the day which marks the 5th anniversary of Jo's murder. 

The lecture will be delivered by the former Home Secretary and Chair of The Jo Cox Foundation, the Rt Hon Jacqui Smith.

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This event is open to everyone and will be streamed live from Cambridge University. Please register below to confirm your attendance and receive the streaming link and reminders in the lead up to the event.

Please note the start time has been updated to 3.30pm. If you cannot join us at 3.30pm on the 16th June, please RSVP and we will share a recording of the lecture for you to watch in your own time!

This is event is free for all. We'd be grateful if would consider making a small donation or become a Friend of The Jo Cox Foundation to support our work continuing Jo's legacy.

When
June 16, 2021 at 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Where
Live streamed
Contact
The Jo Cox Foundation ·

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