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An exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Teresa Vanneck-Surplice to mark International Women’s Day. It will explore a number of key themes including efforts to achieve the equality for women and the development of the Magna Carta. Visit Teresa’s website for more information. p
Get Involved events provide an opportunity for local groups to engage with their elected representatives, discuss local issues and receive guidance on how best to engage with the Assembly. To register for the East Belfast session, which will include a chance to network with MLAs, please contact Assembly Community Connect on 028 9052 0321 or firstname.lastname@example.org. p
Friends of Linking Generations NI team are invited to join the team in celebrating the work they’ve carried out over the last three years to bring people from different generations together. Refreshments will be served. Please email email@example.com or call 028 9181 3022 to register by no later than13th March. Places will be allocated on a first come basis.
A symposium to explore the interface between occupation, transitional justice and gender. The starting point for exploration will be feminist concerns that are broadly focused on issues of power, control and hierarchies. The symposium will feature Professor Christine Chinkin, Professor of International Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, as the keynote speaker. Gender experts from the Transitional Justice Institute and IRiSS will also participate. Full details here. p
In 2015, the annual summer school will take an in-depth look at Gendering the Practices of Post-Conflict Resolution: Investigations, Reparations and Communal Repair. More details, including the programme, are available from this webpage. Deadline for applications is 13th March 2015.p
Held on an annual basis, the Wise Women Weekend celebrates female wisdom and gives women an opportunity to connect with each in a safe and nurturing environment. This year, the event will focus on the theme of ‘arising’. Organisers are currently seeking facilitators to hold workshops that can loosely incorporate this theme. To find out more about the weekend or to apply to hold a workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to visit the event website.