EALING Broadway is partnering with The Mother-Hood and celebrity blogger Mother Pukka, among others, to host a networking and discussion evening focused on workplace equality: Work that Works.

It will be held in the Broadway’s flexible workspace, Storey, on Thursday, April 19, 7-10pm.

Originally designed with mums in mind, the latest Mum Talks event is open to anyone with an interest in equality. 

Attendees will be invited to network, listen to a panel discussion on the topic of workplace equality and question the panellists.

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Topics will cover: how to achieve flexible working, finding affordable childcare, the challenges faced by women in the workplace and the tools to help inspire people to speak up and create work that works.

Special guests include Anna Whitehouse, better known as Mother Pukka by mums across the country, Niambi McGrath, teacher turned comedian, and Rachel Carrel, CEO of Kori Kids.  Ealing Women’s Equality Party will also form part of the panel.

The event, the fifth in a series of Mum Talks sessions hosted by Ealing Broadway and The Mother-Hood, will also offer complimentary nibbles and goody bags provided by retailers at the shopping centre.

Tickets cost £5 from Event Brite and all proceeds go to children’s charity The Log Cabin.