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IWD 2011

Programme of Events Celebrating International Women's Day 2011

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day

‘From Here to Equality’

International Women's Day on 8 March is a global day celebrating the struggles and achievements of women from all over the world.  It grew from two sources – the struggle of working class women to form trade unions and the fight for women’s right to vote. The theme for 2011 -   “From Here to Equality” - recognises that while significant progress has been made, women have not yet achieved full social, economic and political equality.

Queen’s Events

Date and time


Contact/further information

Queen’s Women Graduates Association Symposium:

‘How Far have we Come?’

Thursday 3 March

7.30 pm

Canada Room/Council Chamber

QGI Office: or x 3712


International Research Forum on Women: 'Mapping Early Modern Conventions of Representation'

Monday 7 March

4 pm

Auditorium (ground floor) of the McClay Library,

Contact Professor Catherine Clinton  or Professor Mary O’Dowd





Women in Leadership Lunch

Wednesday 9 March


Canada Room/Council Chamber

QGI Office: or x 3712






A showing of two films

Thursday 10 March

Hanna’s House 6.30 pm

As if I am Not There 9.00 pm







Recital and Reading by:

Medby McGuckian, Anne Devlin and Leontia Flynn

Thursday 10 March

1 – 2 pm

CS Lewis Room, McClay Library





Interdisciplinary postgraduate conference:

The Ideal Woman: Interrogating Femininity across Disciplines and Time

Friday 11/Saturday 12 March

Old Staff Common Room & Canada Room/Council Chamber,

External Events 




Annual Women’s Forum International Women’s Day Conference;

‘Women & Leadership’

Thursday 10 March


ICO Building, University of Limerick

For bookings, email:


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