Women and Gambling – cultural, social and industry perspectives (Women & Gambling)

Venue: Cumberland Hotel London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 12, 2008
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Women and Gambling – cultural, social and industry perspectives

The National Lottery Commission is hosting a unique conference on Tuesday 3 June to debate Women & Gambling - cultural, social and industry perspectives'.

The NLC believe there is a great opportunity to bring together leading academics, gambling bodies, industry representatives, commentators and opinion formers to explore significant themes around female participation in both the National Lottery and gambling more widely.

In order to explore these trends more closely, the National Lottery Commission (NLC) is inviting leading industry representatives to come together to explore and debate the significant themes around female participation in gambling.

Dr Anne Wright CBE, Chair of the National Lottery Commission said:

"This conference is part of the NLC’s ongoing programme to engage with world-class researchers so that our policies and the way we regulate is based on the best available information."

Held on the 3 June at the Cumberland Hotel in London, the conference will be hosted by Radio 4 Women’s Hour presenter Jenni Murray who has investigated the issue of women and gambling on her program. The use of interactive technology used will provide greater scope for audience participation throughout the day.

The conference is free to attend but places are limited - for more information please contact women&gamblingconference@comshows.com or telephone 020 8747 4316.


Additional Information

Free conference for industry, academics and all interested organistions