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Date & time:01 March 2014 18.45 to 21.00
Event:TOO LOUD A SILENCE: ABORTION AND CENSORSHIP IN IRISH MEDIA
About:The Abortion Rights Campaign invites you to attend "Too Loud a Silence: Abortion and Censorship in Irish Media". Screening of the documentary "50,000 Secret Journeys" followed by a panel discussion on Abortion and Censorship in Irish Media
Venue:The New Theatre, 43 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2., Dublin
Organisation:The Abortion Rights Campaign: The Abortion Rights Campaign is an alliance of pro-choice groups and individuals in Ireland and Northern Ireland who believe that women's lives matter, and women's health matters.
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Date & time:02 March 2014 12.00
End date:08 March 2014 14.00
Event:BEACH CLEAN
About:Working together to clear Salthill, Galway of plastics and rubbish. Some of the plastic collected will be used as part of a Galway City Dance event for International Women's Day on 8th March
Venue:Meet at Grattan Beach (the beach between Claddagh and Salthill near Grattan road) at noon on Sunday 2nd March. Contact Leanne on 0852710443 for details of the flashmob dance event on Saturday 8th March, Galway, Galway
Organisation:Galway Women's Circle: Women's Circle is an open group that organise gatherings fortnightly on Thursdays, 7pm - 9pm in the Wholistic House of Healing, Galway. Circles are open to all women for connecting with one another in a more intimate way than everyday interactions in a busy world allow. It is an opportunity to co-create a space where women can ask for the witnessing or support needed at the time – a space where women invite one another to share their joys, passions, grief and gifts openly. Speaking vulnerabilities, joys, fears, insights can help to re-member and appreciate our shared humanness, break down barriers of separation and support living life more passionately.
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Date & time:03 March 2014 10.00
End date:08 March 2014 19.00
Event:TRINITY COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S WEEK 2014
About:International Women's Week takes place annually in College celebrating women's contributions in artistic and scientific fields and marking College's participation in a global campaign for rights and equality.
Venue:Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Organisation:Trinity College Dublin: TCD Equality Office in collaboration with the SU, GSU and a range of College departments and student societies.
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Date & time:04 March 2014 11.00 to 1.00
Event:LAUNCH OF SOLAS SA SAOL
About:Solas sa Saol is a manual for people working with women in addiction who are experiencing domestic violence.
Venue:Oak Room, Mansion House, Dublin 2, D2
Organisation:Saol Project Ltd.: Saol is a rehabilitation project for women recovering from all types of addictions; we also work with family members, more specifically children through Saol Beag
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Date & time:04 March 2014 19.00 to 21.00
Event:INSPIRING WOMEN, INSPIRING CHANGE
About:NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network in partnership with Donegal Change Makers, pay tribute to women's lives, locally and globally. We warmly invite the community to come join our evening of celebration.
Venue:St. Mary’s Parish Centre, Stranorlar, Co.Donegal
Organisation:NCCWN-Donegal Women's Network: Donegal Women’s Network is part of the umbrella organisation, the National Collective of Community-Based Women’s Networks (NCCWN). Mission To highlight the reality of women’s lives in Donegal and promote social justice, equality and women’s human rights.
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Date & time:05 March 2014 11.00 to 14.00
Event:IT'S TALK TIME, AGAIN
About:This year theme for international women’s week is inspiring change. This event is your opportunity to be a part of the change by giving an account of what is working and what not working for you in your service providers.
Venue:SAOL Project and UISCE are once again inviting women participants from all of the addiction centres in Ireland, to come together to share their experiences of being women in addiction services., Ballybough Community Centre, Dublin 3
Organisation:SAOL Project and USICE: Let’s guide those who work with women, to ensure that women have access to better and more effective treatment. Our ‘Top Tips’ will be published in Brass Munkie, ICON Newsletter, NICDTF website, will appear on the SAOL website www.saolproject.ie and go out in an email to as many addiction centres as we can find!
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Date & time:05 March 2014 9.00
End date:12 March 2014 17.00
Event:OPEN CIRCLE COMMUNITY ARTS COLLECTIVE
About:A selection of one of a kind artists books made by a number of Open Circle participants will be on display in Stone House Books
Venue:Stone House Books, St Kieran's Street, Kilkenny, Kilkenny
Organisation:Open Circle Community Arts Collective:
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Date & time:05 March 2014 11.00 to 13.30
Event:IT'S TALK TIME, AGAIN
About:A coming together of women who use addiction services to talk about their experiences and advise professionals on how better to work with them
Venue:Ballybough Communty Centre, Dublin, D1
Organisation:Saol Project and UISCE: Saol is a project working with women in recovery from all kinds of addiciton; UISCE is a union for people who use addiciton services
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Date & time:05 March 2014 10.30 to 11.30
Event:BEOIRS COMING TOGETHER
About:A mass celebrated by women from the Traveller Community. Women for across the community are invited to attend the mass
Venue:OLoughlin Court Community Centre, OLoughlin Court, Kilkenny, Kilkenny
Organisation:Traveller Community:
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Date & time:06 March 2014 19.00 to 21.00
Event:INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN, INSPIRING CHANGE
About:Cllr. Virgina O' Dowd and the Men's Development Network host a panel discussion on the issues of prostitution and sex trafficking in Ireland. Guest speakers will include; Mia de Faoite, a survivor of prostitution, John O'Reilly who has worked with victims of sex trafficking and Alan O'Neill CEO of Men's Development Network.
Venue:Nenagh Arts Centre, Town Hall, Banba Square, Nenagh, Tipperary., Nenagh, Tipperary
Organisation:Mens Development Network: The Men's Development Network is a not for profit organisation and works nationally and internationally to promote gender equality and to end violence against women.
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