Police experts, psychologists and women's rights campaigners are discussing street harassment and women's safety in Nottinghamshire today.
The 'Safer for Women' summit at Nottingham Trent University will discuss types of misogynist behaviour towards women in public from catcalls and wolf-whistles to violence and sexual assaults.
Organised by the Nottingham Women's Centre and funded by Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping, it will hear from women who have been affected by misogynist harassment.
Speakers include Nottinghamshire's Deputy Chief Constable Sue Fish and Inspector Ricky Twyford from British Transport Police.
It will include presentations from experts including Dr Jacqueline Gray, associate professor in forensic psychology at Middlesex University and Bryony Beynon, co-director of Hollaback London - an international movement to end street harassment - and the Good Night Out campaign.