Expert journalists and authors will offer tips and advice in the latest Women in Journalism (WiJ) online event aimed at discussing working from home during the pandemic.
How do we manage to do it all? Working remotely, trying to home-school young children or cope with teenagers or young adults who would much prefer to be at university or out with their mates. Then there are those of us at home alone, trying to get motivated but struggling mentally with feeling lonely and isolated.
Part of the session will be in break out groups – you can choose your group when you book your tickets.
Date & Time: Thursday 28 January 6pm – 7pm
To give advice and help us through these extraordinary challenging times we’ve gathered a panel of experts:
Chaired by Hilly Janes, WiJ Committee & Head of WiJ events
Suzi Godson, The Times’ sex and relationship columnist and co-founder of MeeTwo Education and its award-winning safe, confidential and anonymous mental health support app for young people. @suzigodson
Anna Cook, a freelance journalist and senior communications manager at Mumsnet and former features director of Woman and Woman’s Own
Nicola Slawson, news, culture and social affairs journalist and founder of https://thesinglesupplement.substack.com @Nicola_Slawson
Anna Dusseau, teacher, home educator and author of The Case for Home Schooling and @NotTheSchoolRun
Tickets are £5 for non-members and £3 for WIJ members.