Celebrate International Women’s Day 2023 with Europe Direct Waterford, Waterford Libraries and Waterford Integration Services. The International Women’s Day 2023 campaign theme is #EmbraceEquity. A focus on gender equity needs to be part of every society’s DNA. Equity means creating a fair and equal world. Challenge gender stereotypes, call out discrimination, draw attention to bias, and seek out inclusion.
Join us on Wednesday 8th March, from 10:30am in the Theatre Royal, Waterford for a morning of speakers and music. Learn how we all can Embrace Equity and create a fair and equal world.
Date: Wednesday 8th March
Venue: Theatre Royal
All Welcome, Booking Essential at this link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/waterfords-4th-annual-global-womens-conference-tickets-524757974227
Ali Comerford, Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist
Obianuju Ekedozie, Chair of Waterford Migrant Integration Forum
Natalia Ruda, Singer and Musician
Dr. Ebun Joseph, Director Institute of Antiracism and Black Studies, Race relations consultant, Lecturer Black Studies and Chairperson, African Scholars Association Ireland (AFSAI)
Ojeaku Nwabuzo, Director (Policy, Advocacy, and Network Development), European Network Against Racism (ENAR)
Dr. Lorna Gold, author and climate activist in conversation with Grainne Kennedy, Waterford Council’s Climate Action Coordinator
Jen Harris, CEO of Slí The Waterford Sustainable Living Initiative
Dr. Méabh Savage, South East Technological University (SETU)
WLR Journalist Dymphna Nugent talks about Local Projects with our panel:
• Mary McInerney, Schools Education Worker Mincéirí Port Láirge
• Karen Reilly, Community Development Worker Mincéirí Port Láirge
• Nicola Tull, Renew Enterprises
• Usomine Oshiogwemoh, Local Training Initiative (LTI) Global Pathways to Employment Programme Coordinator
• Debbie O’Rourke, Community Youth Worker with Waterford & South Tipperary Community Youth Service
Yinashe, Singer Songwriter
MC Anne Nolan, Waterford Integration Services
This FREE Event is organised by Europe Direct Waterford, Waterford Libraries and Waterford Integration Services.
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