DMU Women's Staff Network hosted a series of thought-provoking events celebrating DMU's International Women's Day (IWD) on Wednesday 8 March and we'd like to say a big 'thank you' to everyone who attended and helped to #EmbraceEquity.
IWD (part of Women's History Month taking place from Wednesday 1 March to Friday 31 March) is celebrated each year across the globe highlighting the achievements of women and raising awareness of gender equality.
The theme this year was #EmbraceEquity, highlighting that equal opportunities are not enough and more needs to be done in order for gender equity to be part of every society's DNA.
Nicky Hudson and Shalini Bisani, co-chairs of DMU Women said: "We've already had some great events for this year's International Women's Day and would like to thank everyone who has attended the events so far and helped us to raise awareness about gender equality and to #EmbraceEquity. There are still many more events to come, so please do sign up if you can."
IWD events still to come
Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities Book Club
Angela Davis Women, Race and Class
Wednesday 15 March, 5pm-6pm
Tuesday 21 March, 1pm-1.30pm
Thursday 23 March, 11am-12noon
Meet outside the Vijay Patel building under the big screen
Endometriosis, an overview of symptoms, diagnosis and management
Tuesday 28 March, 1pm-2pm
Anti-Racism Series: The rise of Cocoa Girl and Cocoa Boy Magazine
Wednesday 29 March, 12pm-1pm
You can also view the Elevating Women Creatives Exhibition in the Vijay Patel Building reception and the Clephan Building reception, until Wednesday 15 March, and the Women's Profiling Exhibition located in the glass cabinet on the ground floor of the Campus Centre, until Friday 31 March.
Posted on Tuesday 14th March 2023