EPS Faculty Lunch invitation to female PhD students
You are invited to a lunch and networking event for female PhD students from across the EPS Faculty. The lunch will be held in Room 02.527 in the David Keir Building at 12.30-1.30 on Monday 6th March. This will be an opportunity to meet other PhD students from different Schools across the faculty
Queen’s Gender Initiative:
Annual Clare Macmahon Lecture entitled “Careering Around” by Professor Dame Vicki Bruce
Hosting a Swan Athena International Woman’s Day Coffee Morning at 10.30am in 13 University Square. Tuesday 7th March 2017.
John H Whyte Memorial Lecture entitled, “What's wrong with losing citizenship? Examining state powers to withdraw citizenship” given by one of this island’s leading political theorists, Professor Iseult Honohan in the Harty Room, Music School at 5pm on International Women’s Day
Ulster Historical Society
Emma Sylvia Duffin
Nurse Wwi, Vad Commandant Wwii,
Diarist And Book Illustrator.
The plaque will be unveiled on International Women’s Day, Wednesday, 8th March 2017 at 11.30 am at 29 University Square, Belfast BT7 IPD. Refreshments will follow at ‛Junction’ Ground Floor, School of Law, Queen’s University.
RSVP – Trevor Parkhill. Ulster History Circle – 07460980480/ email@example.com
School of Law
The Human Rights Centre will be holding an event entitled 'Human Rights and Womanhood: Contemporary Issues facing Women in Northern Ireland' on the 8th of March 3-5pm in Room 02.003, Main Site Tower. There will be a number of speakers at this event presenting on issues of domestic violence, women's imprisonment, reproductive rights, displaced women coming to UK/NI and disability rights.
Also entries to the poster competition “Be Bold For Change” will be on display in the School.
School of Pharmacy
Pulling up the ladder - is sisterhood a myth? Talk by Colette Goldrick, directpr of ABPI, 1pm, school lecture theatre
Lunch from 12 noon in MG12/13 - everyone welcome!
Centre for Advancement of Women in Politics (CAWP):
Be Bold for Change: Reflections of Scholar and Activist, Angela Davis
Whitla Hall, Thu 9 March 2017, 17:30 – 19:00
The School of Nursing and Midwifery
The gender challenge: can business be bold enough to make the change?”
Date: Friday 10th March at 5pm followed by drinks reception
Venue: Canada Room, Lanyon Building QUB
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