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Join us for an interactive talk by Emily Stewart, Founder of The Real Period Project, discussing how accessible and sustainable menstrual cycle education promotes university staff and student wellbeing.

Emily’s discussion will consider the issues most relevant for bodies menstruating during their time at university, including:

  • Menstrual shame
  • How and why to track periods
  • Empowerment through body literacy
  • Managing work and studies in sync with menstrual cycles

We welcome all staff or students at KCL of any gender who either menstruate or support someone who menstruates (friend/colleague/family member) to join this talk.

The discussion will be followed by a free pizza buffet and opportunity to network with fellow staff and students at KCL with an interest in menstrual cycle awareness and university wellbeing.

This session is part of Dr Rikke Amundsen and Dr Laura Gibson’s (Department of Digital Humanities) funded research project Menstrual Cycle Awareness and Embodied Technologies LRS/DP-23/24-41769.

At this event

Rikke Amundsen

Lecturer in Gender and Digital Culture Education

Laura Gibson

Lecturer in Digital Content Management Education

Event details

Macadam Building
Macadam Building, Surrey Street, London, WC2R 2NS