Changing the World from Home

Thursday 30th July 5.30-6.30pm

A discussion of activism, digital tools and the little things we can all do to make a difference.

with Kajal Odedra, Gina Martin and Deeba Syed, followed by an audience Q&A.

Pay what you can: we’re suggesting a minimum donation that can allow us to provide one night in a refuge with food, hygeine and psychological support, but if you’re not financially able to make a contribution at this time you can enter 0 in the payment box.


Suggested price: £20.00



Changing the World from Home

The inaugural event in the UN Women UK’s Live Stream series will the realities of trying to make a difference to the world remotely, and what we can all do in our organisations, communities and networks to make change happen.

Your donation


The funds we raise through the virtual series will go towards our Covid Responde Fund, which provides cash-for-work, period products and food for women struggling financially during the crisis, sets up hotlines for domestic abuse survivors, and provides quarantine refuge facilities for at-risk women and children.

We are suggesting a minimum donation of £20 for each Live Stream event you tune into. We are a charity entirely funded by donations, that help us continue our work worldwide. You can also become a monthly donor to make an ongoing contribution to our efforts and allow us to sustain our programmes. Find out more here.

Please note that our system requires your card details to process your booking, but you will not be charged unless you choose to make a donation. We appreciate this is a challenging time financially for many people, so if you can’t afford to support us at this time, you are welcome to sign up without making a donation at this point in time.


Virtual events series


Our series of weekly virtual events is raising funds for our emergency UN Women Covid Response Fund.

During the ongoing COVID crisis, UN Women is working alongside the WHO to ensure that women’s needs are heard, and that they receive the protection they need at this time. Women have been profoundly affected by COVID-19: they are disproportionately represented among healthcare workers, unpaid carers, and as victims of domestic violence. All these groups are facing increased pressure as a result of social isolation and the public health crisis.

This vietual fundraiser series aims to spotlight various challenges faced by women during this time, but also to spread a positive message about how we can stay united and keep vulnerable women safe.

All our virtual events will be held on Zoom. Once you sign up to this event, you will receive the relevant dial-in details by email.