The law has a lot to say about sex-based discrimination. But how far should the state interfere? Should we go further than we do? Are there other ways in which the state should take action? Should the state take an interest in power relationships in our personal lives, as well as in our working lives? And whatever position you take on these questions, how would you justify your views, by reference to concepts such as liberty and fairness?
Please note that the room does have limited capacity, and that people will hear about this event via the Bishopsgate Institute, as well as via Meetup and via the Philosophy for All website and programme. This means that replying "yes" here does not guarantee you a place. We will always try to fit everyone in, but very occasionally, an event is so popular that we have to turn some people away. If lots of people (say, more than 40) have replied "yes" here, it would be a good idea to turn up reasonably early. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.