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British Media Talk

The British Media Talk and discussion on the perception of the Indian Woman -by INDIAN FORUM ON BRITISH MEDIA AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. British Indian women are taking strides to make their mark, by discussing this at the very Historic House of Commons with MP Bob Blackman, where crucial decisions are made on a daily basis

House of Commons

“05 July 2016 Ritu Sethi was a speaker at The House of Commons , as a guest of MP Bob Blackman  on the subject of British Media Perception of Indian Women .

There was an initial speech by each speaker, most of whom were from the media followed by a Q and A session headed by Mr. Krishan Ralleigh and Prabhakar Kaza the Organisers :Indian Forum on British Media (IFBM is a 21-year old organisation acting as a watch-dog on opinions/reports about India in British Media). 
Event Host : Rt.Hon.Bob Blackman,M.P. Harrow East,London.
The talks focussed on the  British Media perception of Indian women in UK and the way forward.”

Working with the Women’s India association

Working with the Women's India association to help provide food or the homeless in The Strand,London - Part of an initiative to help those less fortunate than ourselves, allowing us the opportunity to give back to society.

Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Innovate Conference

Ritu Sethi, Senior Partner at The Sethi Partnership Solicitors attended the Solicitors Regulation Authourity (SRA) Innovate Conference at Altitude London, discuss how to Innovate law firms in London and also taking the opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking city view.

RBS Focussed Women’s Network

“If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more , learn more , do more and become more , then you are an excellent leader “

On Thursday 17th March I was invited to sit on the panel with a group of distinguished businesswomen for a discussion presented to the RBS Focused Women's Network - we discussed the ways in which we have been ‘Determined to Make a Difference’ within our own careers and organisations. We discussed what made us resilient and the legacy we will leave behind for future women.

I thoroughly enjoyed the day and taking part in the panel discussion at the 'Determined to Make a Difference' event hosted by the RBS Focused Women's Network.