Subjectivity present Domestic Violence: The Signs We Miss

  • Subjectivity presents Domestic Violence: The Signs We Miss

    Subjectivity presents Domestic Violence: The Signs We Miss

Subjectivity 

Domestic Violence: The Signs We Miss 

Topical Debates in London, Birmingham and New York 

16, 22 and 30 April 2018  

 

Thought leaders and diversity champions Subjectivity have announced three new conversational events on domestic violence in the UK and the USA. The events, in London, Birmingham and New York in April will lead debate on the topic of Domestic Violence: The Signs We Miss. The discussion will revolve around recognising and analysing the signs that point to domestic violence, and discussing the ways in which to engage with them accordingly. 

  

In a world where real life conversation has been replaced with digital connection, Subjectivity has emerged as a socially conscious initiative who seek to ignite ideas and real life connections through conversation. Unlike TED talks where the speaker lectures to the audience, Subjectivity encourage audience debate, conversation and interaction at their events. 

 

Subjectivity was founded in 2014 by two young social entrepreneurs, the award-winning poet and TEDx speaker LionHeart and the wellbeing consultant Charles Rare. Both LionHeart and Rare specialise in questions of emotional vulnerability and social anxiety, exploring the tools for emotional self-empowerment in the modern age. Self proclaimed social architects, Subjectivity aim to change the way diversity is discussed and understood. Through regular conversations, from topical debates, to expansive podcasts and interviews. Their mission is to both create a safe space for honest dialogues and to open up conversations on important issues to all audiences, encouraging open communication for the next generation, one city at a time.  

 

The 2018 Subjectivity themes include Spectrum of Love, Culture & Nurture, Self-Care and Futurism & Tech. Visual projects, as well as interviews, podcasts and spoken word features precede each show.  

 

In addition to their topical debates, Subjectivity also collaborate with educational institutions, such as the University of Birmingham and UAL, as well as corporate environments and the Southbank Centre.  

 

www.subjectivityuk.com 

 

SubjectivityUK: Domestic Violence: The Signs We Miss  

London, 16th April  

Old Queen’s Head, Islington, N1 8LN 

Doors open 7.30pm, show starts 8pm  

 

Birmingham, 22nd April  

Birmingham Bierkeller, 195-196 Broad Street, Birmingham, B15 1AY 

Doors open 5pm, show starts 5.30pm  

 

New York, 30th April 

308 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 

Doors open 5.30pm, show starts at 6pm  

 

Tickets available at www.subjectivityuk.com  

 

Press please contact Silvia Dembner at silviadembner@damsonpr.com or +44 (0) 207 812 0645.  

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