'What doesn't kill me' screening and panel discussion

University of Worcester, Riverside, Severn Campus, Hylton Road, Worcester, WR2 5JN

The statue of a woman holding scales and a sword that is often used to represent the law or a court

It wasn’t until her husband attacked her in public that 86 year old Charlota Harrison found the strength to leave.

In this bold, provocative film, mothers, lawyers and domestic violence experts share intimate personal stories, hard hitting facts and frank discussions about what is wrong with the Family Court System and how to fix it.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Rachel Meyrick (film producer/director), David Burrows (solicitor advocate/legal writer), Jack Webb (West Midlands police/public protection), Dr Adrienne Barnett (senior lecturer of law at Brunel University/barrister) and will be chaired by Dr Holly Taylor-Dunn (senior lecturer at University of Worcester).

Tickets are £20 and refreshments are included in the ticket price.

Please see the Eventbrite page to book and for further details.