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Public Policy Exchange: A European Strategy for Gender Equality: Combating Discrimination in the Workplace and Beyond

Hotel NH Brussels Carrefour de l’Europe, Brussels

A European Strategy for Gender Equality: Combating Discrimination in the Workplace and Beyond NH Brussels Carrefour de l'Europe, Brussels Wednesday 20th April 2016 Gender equality is a fundamental right recognised by the Treaty of Rome in 1957 as well as by the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. The promotion of gender equality is therefore not […]

£265 – £345

Basira Presents: A Panel Discussion ‘Sharia Councils – Is UK Family Law Not Sufficient For British-Muslim Women?’

Committee Room G, The House of Lords, Houses of Parliament Parliament Square, London

Basira is proud to present a high-profile panel, bringing expert speakers to address the issues surrounding the genesis, development and future of Sharia councils in the UK. Focusing on the application of Sharia law as it impacts on Muslim women, our panellists will look into how best to protect women and promote their integrity in […]

Public Policy Exchange: Young People’s Mental Health in Europe: Promoting Prevention and Early Intervention Through Multi-Sector Cooperation

Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre

  Young People’s Mental Health in Europe: Promoting Prevention and Early Intervention Through Multi-Sector Cooperation Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre, Brussels (Belgium) Tuesday 26th April 2016 This timely international symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to evaluate the current state of mental health policies for young people at EU level and to discover best practices in […]

£265 – £345

The FINDnetwork: Effective Networking

Christian Aid Lower Marsh, London

We're really excited to announce details of our next FIND event- for more details click here We're delighted to have Zarin Hainsworth OBE leading this session. She will be sharing her top networking tips, guidance and advice and then we will have the chance to practice what we've learnt with a structured networking session. To RSVP / […]

* European Network Series: Europe Free of Prostitution

Baha’i Centre 27 Rutland Gate, London

We are pleased to invite you to attend our next event in the European Network Series - Topic: Europe Free of Prostitution Date: 28th April 2016 (Thursday) 12pm to 2pm Venue: Baha’i Centre, 27 Rutland Gate London SW7 1PD Please click here for details. Please RSVP to admin@nawo.org.uk to secure your place.  

* European Network Series: Women on Company Boards

Europe House 32 Smith Square, , London

We are pleased to invite you to attend our next event in the European Network Series - Topic: Women on Company Boards Date: 24th May 2016 (Tuesday) 12pm to 2pm Venue: Europe House For more details and to secure your place please click here

The International Truth and Justice Project: Justice & Accountability: the Case of Sri Lanka

The Library, The Royal Institution of Great Britain 21 Albemarle Street, London

Join us for the launch of the International Truth and Justice Project’s new report “Forgotten – Sri Lanka’s exiled victims” which will present the results of an external victim consultation project looking at expectations for the future. On the Panel discussing the way forward for Sri Lanka will be: - Transitional justice expert and ITJP report author, […]

WOMEN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL of UNA – UK: ” How can men and women collaborate for more gender equity and equality in a just world?”

International Maritime Organisation – IMO 4 Albert Embankment, Lambeth, , London

WACUNA WOMEN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL of UNA - UK            Members, Guests and supporters of WAC-UNA are cordially invited to attend WAC-UNA’s Ordinary Council Meeting To hear a panel of speakers including Francisco Yermo, Barbara Cleary and Suzanne Long.   SUBJECT:   " How can men and women collaborate for more gender equity and equality in a just world?” […]

3 Steps to Your New, Powerful Authentic Brand

Are you new to civil society and social change work?  Whether you have changed careers or are starting out after study, how you brand yourself is increasingly important to your success.  Astute branding is not simply about having a tagline or catch phrase - when you are operating in a new context, it is much […]

£25

Basira Invite: Insight with Author Fadi Zagmout

The Mosaic Rooms, Tower House 226 Cromwell Road, London (nearest tube station Earl’s Court)

Basira invites you to attend an informative evening discussion with the best-selling author, social activist and blogger, the Jordanian Fadi Zaghmout. The talk will look into: 'MENA Youth: Navigating Gender Rights and Personal Freedoms in the 21st Century' and will be drawing inspiration from his debut novel 'The Bride of Amman'. There will be light […]

£8 – £10

Endless Endeavours: from the 1866 women’s suffrage petition to the Fawcett Society

Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House London

Date: Tuesday 21 June 2016 Time:  6.30-7:30pm Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House Speakers:  Elizabeth Crawford, Dr Ann Dingsdale, Jane Grant Chair: Martin Reid ‘Some people are inclined to begin a subdued kind of agitation for the franchise…’: the evolution of the women’s suffrage movement, 1866-1928. From its quiet and uncertain beginnings in 1866 the women’s suffrage […]

The 8th Annual Domestic Violence Symposium

The 8th Annual Domestic Violence Symposium: Engaging with the Government’s Renewed Strategy to End Domestic Violence & Abuse. For more information follow the below links: Event Details Website Register to Attend I am pleased to advise that a 20% early registration discount off the standard delegate rates for all bookings received by 5th June 2016. For further details about the […]

£156 – £315

(*) Sisters of Frida event – Disabled Women’s Voices from the Frontline

Blackfriars Settlement

  A Sisters of Frida Event Please register at Eventbrite  Venue: Blackfriars Settlement 1 Rushworth Street London, SE1 0RB Date:               Saturday 9 July 2016 Time:              11.00am to 4.30pm Lunch provided! BSL interpreters provided but please let us know your Access and dietary requirements by 20th June, please! Disabled women spoke of the barriers in […]

Prevention, Protection, Prosecution: Effectively Tackling Hate Crime in Every Community

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge

Prevention, Protection, Prosecution:  Effectively Tackling Hate Crime in Every Community Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London Wednesday 13th July 2016 KEY SPEAKERS: Robert Buckland MP Solicitor General for England & Wales Attorney General's Office Dr Mark Littler Lecturer in Criminology University of Hull Menara Ahmed Hate Crime Manager Safer Communities Dr Kris Christmann Applied Criminology Centre University […]

CIM event – Professional African Women Speak Out on Domestic Abuse and Violence

St Albans Centre EC1N 7RD, London

Criminology in the Millennium invites you to another thought provoking conference, this time on the subject "Professional African Women Speak Out on Domestic Abuse and Violence" on Friday 15th of July from 9 am to 5 pm. For more information please click here Please note the admission is now free as the organised has managed to […]

Screening of the Oscar winning short documentary “A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness”

Committee Room 8, House of Commons

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women, Peace and Security would like to warmly invite you to the screening of the Oscar winning short documentary A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness on Tuesday 19th July. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with film Director, journalist and activist Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy. This short documentary film tells the story […]

The Scottish Women’s Convention events and roadshows

View this in your browser The SWC is holding roadshows in Ballater, Dingwall and Stornoway! Tuesday 26th July 11am - 1.30pm Tulloch Castle Hotel, Tulloch Castle Drive, Dingwall  IV15 9ND Thursday 28th July 11am - 1.30pm Victoria and Albert Halls, Station Square, Ballater, AB35 5PQ Tuesday 23rd Aug 10.30am - 1pm Stornoway Town Hall Stornoway HS1 […]

Zonta London Summer Tea Party

        Please bring a donation of £25 for the Zonta London Fund, which goes towards empowering women and girls through service and advocacy.  You will receive our lovely member Brenda Rosen's delicious hospitality in return! If you wish to pay via direct debit, please advise in your RSVP and we will provide […]

£25

(*) Sisters of Frida – Workshop 2: When It Doesn’t Feel Good and It Isn’t Right

In this workshop we will discuss negative experiences and difficulties we have around sex and sexuality, our boundaries, consent, privacy and ableism in relationships. Date: Sat 27 Aug Time: 12-4pm - See more at: http://www.sisofrida.org/disability-sexuality-workshops/ - See more at: http://www.sisofrida.org/my-calendar/#sthash.wCvLMs9G.dpuf Registration The topics we will discuss can be sensitive. For this reason, please contact us […]

Bertha DocHouse Presents – Pankaj Johar’s CECILIA

CECILIA is a shocking documentary exposing the widespread corruption in rural India that results in the routine kidna pping and trafficking of young women, told from an intensely personal and human perspective. When the Johar family’s maid Cecilia – whom they consider family – discovers that her daughter has been found dead in her home […]