What message is Ireland sending when in 2019 the Irish Constitution (the fundamental law in Ireland) still defines women’s role in Irish society as being in the home?
Join NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network on Tuesday 14h May, 7:00pm to 9:00pm in Donegal Women’s Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, for an informative workshop looking at the proposal to remove ARTICLE 41.2.1 from the Constitution which refers to women and their place within the home.
This workshop is an opportunity to be informed about the upcoming referendum on article 41.2.1 and discuss gender issues relating to this.
To attend or for more info please contact on email@example.com or 074 9722790
In 2019 of the 37 County Councillors in Donegal only 3 are women, that’s a 8.1% representation, the highest it’s ever been. At the national political level two women since 1918 have ever represented Donegal in Dáil Éireann. We need change.
This year’s International Women’s Day Theme is ‘Balance for Better’, it is a call-to-action for driving gender balance across the world. While also asking people how will you help make a difference?
In honour of this day NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network in association with 50:50 North West invite you to come Celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 with us on Thursday 7th March in Donegal central library, Letterkenny 10am-1pm.
We’ll be discussing equal representation, chatting to female County Councillors and to women who will be running in the upcoming May Local Elections. We’ll also be joined by Historian Dr Angela Byrne who will be talking about the first woman in Donegal to be Elected as a councillor.
This will be an interactive and informative event, refreshments will be provided and all are welcome.
For more information you can contact NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 074 9722790
NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network are pleased to announce that we will be facilitating workshops as part of the Peace IV ‘Liberation From Patriarchy For Gender Justice Programme’ here in Donegal. Workshops will begin late February and end mid-April.
This is an engaging and empowering informal community education programme which will look at the topic of patriarchy and gender inequality.
Over the 6 sessions and event seminar participants will;
Begin an educational journey to raise awareness and understanding of patriarchy.
Explore the roots, dynamics and nature of patriarchy.
Make connections between women’s own experiences and how patriarchy impacts on their lives.
Explore the ways in which systems and structures have and can be challenged to achieve gender justice.
If you would like to sign up for this Free 6 workshop sessions (21st, 28th February, 7th, 21st March, 4th, 11th April) plus attending a seminar event in Derry City 14th March, please fill in this online form here and we will get in contact with you.