International Women's Day Podcast: Week 2

It’s week two of our female empowerment series, and this podcast covers the explosive events of the last week such as IWD, Meghan Markle and Sarah Everard.

International Women's Day Podcast: Week 2

We continue the Voice Team's International Women's Day special podcast series, as we dig deep into femininity, representation and stigmatised issues. This week, Voice's Assistant Editor Saskia & Media Sub-Editor Elle dive deep into women's safety, sexual violence and how women are treated within the media.

You can read more of Voice’s post covering identity and equality here.

If you are looking for another podcast to listen to, the Contributors release the Voice Extra Podcast every Saturday, where they talk about the pieces they’ve produced and the culture they’ve been enjoying. If you liked this podcast, please consider helping us make more with a donation of any amount here. Thanks to Kevin MacLeod for the use of the track Thief in the Night, you can find more of his work on Incomputech.com. Elle Farrell-Kingsley was the producer. Saskia Calliste and Tom Innis were the executive producers.

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Elle Farrell-Kingsley

Elle Farrell-Kingsley Kickstart Team

Elle is Voice’s Media Sub-Editor and podcast host, coming from a diverse range of creative pursuits — including curating, music production, and performing arts. She’s a BA Liberal Arts graduate and studies music production and sound engineering in her own time. Elle is always on the lookout to make interesting voices heard on the Voice Podcast. When she’s not behind a computer screen, she can be found training MMA.

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