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#MeToo – What does the movement really mean for our society?

August 03, 2018 at 11:31 AM

From the NZFVC

When: Wednesday 15 August 2018, 6-9pm.

Where: Auckland Museum, The Auckland Domain, Parnell, Auckland.

Organised by Auckland Museum.

Cost: $25; Door sales $30. Register now

The #MeToo movement has inspired countless women, and some men, to share their experiences with sexual assault or harassment through the internet.

This LATE event will assess the repercussions and reactions that are redefining the sexual landscape and explain how society might change in the process.

LATE at the Museum is series of curated evenings that include panel discussions, live performances, and late-night exhibition openings.

 The exhibition Are We There Yet? Women and Equality in Aotearoa will be open late. 

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