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Sunday, 20 December 2015

The BBC 100 Women season came to an end at the British Film Institute with supporters, friends and contributors to this year's BBC 100 women list. The distinguished guests and media were also present. Fiona Crack, Editor of 100 Women provided the seasonal highlights and welcomed the women involved this year to reflect on the memorable moments and the global audiences work carried out in the past few weeks. 

Emily Maitlis & Anne-Marie Duff, BFI 
Presentations from guests as far as Malawi attended. The topics covered: maternal health for pregnant women, role of women in leadership, looking good, women in the media, and obsessive image of women, body and minds. 

I enjoyed the following clips of the highlights for this season from the successful female entrepreneur Bobbi Brown: http://bbc.in/1Hje7JK 

At the BFI, Emily Maitlis, political editor and BBC presenter opened the interview with Anne-Marie Duff, who spoke about the Suffragettes the movie, and feminism.

BBC 100 Women 

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