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Pembroke Discussion and Debating Groups
PEMBROKE PARLOUR GROUP
'How far is a nation's success defined by its borders?'
'Is it no longer useful to talk of "class" in Britain?'
Pembroke's Parlour Group, meeting once a week, gives Pembroke students the opportunity to be part of a lively discussion about current events, academic questions and the big issues.
We don't aim to find an answer, but to promote healthy discussion and discourse about the world's most important topics.
Supported by Dr Nicholas Cole and Dr Craig Holmes, students of any discipline are welcome to come along. The sessions are particularly useful for social science and humanities students.
Peminists is Pembroke's weekly feminist discussion group, open to all members of the JCR and MCR, regardless of gender.
The group was founded out of a commitment to the importance of feminism, to opening up discussions and to promoting gender equality, both within Pembroke and in our wider society.
Students may participate in discussions or simply come along and observe. Meetings are chaired by various students and cover a wide range of topics, with members invited to make suggestions throughout the year.
Examples of the topics covered can be seen on the below termcard.
For more information, contact the JCR Gender Equality at firstname.lastname@example.org.