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International Women’s Day 2017

International Women’s Day (IWD) is not long away – 8th March 2017. What does International Women’s Day mean to you in 2017? Find out what women of UEL have to say:

World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap won’t close entirely until 2186. This is too long to wait. IWD can be an important catalyst and vehicle for driving greater change for women and moving closer to gender parity. IWD campaign are asking us to #BeBoldForChange. Submit your #BeBoldForChange action via the IWD website.

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If you haven’t already, book your space on UEL’s Womens’ Network event scheduled for 7th March 2017

Career Empowerment – a workshop on coaching for career empowerment facilitated by colleagues from the School of Psychology (Dr Marie Stopforth, Dr Rona Hart and Dr Jolanta Burke).

With welcome and introduction by Dr Lisa Mooney, PVC and chair of our Athena SWAN Steering Group – we are soon to submit our charter application and this is an opportunity to update you on our action plan.

  • Date: 7th March 2017
  • Time: Arrive at 12pm for refreshments, 12.30-1.30 Workshop followed by networking (ends 2pm)
  • All genders welcome but space limited so book your space now: Follow link to book

 

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be-unpluggedBE… Unplugged returns on International Women’s Day 8th March (6-9pm USS), for an unmissable evening  that brings together a panel of ground-breaking influencers, change-makers and trailblazers. The panel will be in conversation discussing their journeys and what it takes to create change for tomorrow.

 The panellists include:

  • Jeremiah Emmanuel BEM – Founder One Big Community
  • Afua Hirsh – Education Social Affairs Editor Sky News
  • Courtenay Griffiths QC- Barrister (Damilola Taylor case, Charles Taylor ‘Blood Diamonds Case)
  • Cherry Healey – TV Presenter, Channel 4 ‘Health Detectives’
  • Dihanne Rhiney – Psychologist and Publicist
  • Reya El Salahi – Reporter and Presenter, London Live

This discussion will provide practical advice that engages, empowers and entertains covering social change and justice, transforming communities from within, starting a movement, feminism, Brexit, the power of this generation to take charge and transform the future and more. Register for your free ticket at: www.passionpurposeandchange.eventbrite.co.uk

Creating Connections East 5
Wednesday March 8th from 3pm – 5pm.

Stratford Library, The Grove, E15 1EL (10 minute walk from Stratford Underground / Train Station)

Register at uclu.org/creating-connections

Creating Connections East is a networking event that brings together staff and postgraduate students from University College London and the University of East London with representatives from community organisations, charities, residents’ groups, social enterprises and statutory organisations. The afternoon is a mixture of themed discussions in small groups with more informal networking; the aim is to find areas of common interest and encourage collaborative working.

Topics will include:

  • Safeguarding women
  • Involving men in volunteering and engagement

 

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To celebrate International Women’s Day, we will be hosting a discussion to celebrate key women in different industries! Make sure you come along to support women’s rights and discuss how we can support diversity int the workplace. If you would like to find out more in terms of how you cna progress in your career or business, make sure you are at this event!

**We welcome people of all genders to this event.

Date: Thursday 9th March 2017.

Time: 18:00 – 20:00 (including break).

Venue: University Of East London, Stratford Campus, Water Lane, London, E15 4LZ, United Kingdom.

Follow here for more details

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