[sust-mar] NS IDW Events Feb. 8
Janelle at acic-caci.org
Fri Feb 3 08:53:14 EST 2017
Still time to purchase your ticket! Click here until Feb. 6: http://bit.ly/NSIDW2017. Updated poster attached!
"Women and the Trump factor - who's likely to win." Sally Armstrong and Masuma Khan will address this new firestorm in their presentation Feb. 8 at Delta Halifax.
Sally Armstrong is a Human Rights activist, journalist and award-winning author covering stories about women and girls in zones of conflict all over the world. She is a three-time Amnesty International award winner, and member of the International Women's Commission at the UN.
Masuma Asad Khan is an International Development Studies student at Dalhousie University, the Campaigns and Outreach Coordinator for the Equity and Accessibility Office for the Dalhousie Student Union and Dalhousie Muslim Student Association's president.
The presentation titled Uprising: A New Age is Dawning for Every Mother's Daughter features a panel discussion, catered lunch and local non-profit displays. The event starts at 11:30am in the Bluenose Room of the Delta Halifax Hotel.
For more information and tickets visit http://bit.ly/NSIDW2017, email Janelle at janelle at acic-caci.org<mailto:janelle at acic-caci.org> or call 902-431-2311
International Development week is almost here! This year we are excited to welcome Sally Armstrong as our keynote speaker at two events. International Development Week (IDW) aims to encourage Canadian women and men-especially youth-to learn more about and contribute actively to international development. IDW also highlights what Canada and Canadians are doing to make a better world. It was first created by Global Affairs Canada.
For many Canadians, as global citizens, this will be an opportunity to talk about what they have done to help reduce poverty in the world. Since its inception in 1991, IDW has been held during the first full week of February. This year, we are focusing on Agenda 2030 and the SDGs, looking specifically at Goal #5 - Gender Equality. http://bit.ly/IDW2017
We invite you help us celebrate at our luncheon and hear from speakers Sally Armstrong and Masuma Khan who will address issues related to gender equity and violence against women. This event will bring Atlantic Council for International Cooperation members and other International NGOs, local women's organizations, academics, and students together to provide an opportunity for networking, information exchange and celebration.
We also invite you to attend a reception and talk, Women as Agents of Change, co-hosted by ACIC and the Global Health Office, where Sally Armstrong will address global health and the SDGs.
We look forward to a successful IDW and seeing you at our events!
Uprising: A New Age is Dawning for Every Mother's Daughter features Sally and Masuma Khan at Delta Halifax for a catered lunch discussion with local non-profit displays.
Who: Sally Armstrong (Human rights activist, journalist and award-winning author covering stories about women and girls in zones of conflict all over the world. Three-time Amnesty International award winner, and member of the International Women's Commission at the UN) and Masuma Asad Khan (IDS student at Dalhousie University, Campaigns and Outreach Coordinator for the Equity and Accessibility Office for the Dalhousie Student Union and Dalhousie Muslim Student Association's president)
Where: Bluenose Ballroom, Delta Halifax, 1990 Barrington Street, Scotia Square, Halifax, NS
When: Wed. Feb. 8, 11:30am-1:30pm
Tickets: $35 on sale before Jan. 31 http://bit.ly/IDW2017
Women as Agents of Change has Sally speaking about Global health and the Sustainable Development Goals Gender Equality (SDG # 5).
Where: Theatre A, Tupper Building, Dalhousie University, 5850 College Street, Halifax
When: reception Wed. Feb. 8 at 5pm, presentation at 5:30pm
Tickets: Free, reserve your space before Jan. 31 http://bit.ly/IDW2017
Co-sponsored by Atlantic Council for International Cooperation and Global Health Office.
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