LADYFEST returns to Dublin after 9 years with a bang!! Bringing you the best Dublin's music scene has to offer in female focused acts, LADYFEST kicks off at 7:30 in Sweeneys on Dame Street!
Tickets: €7.00 waged, €5 unwaged - available on the door.
Big Girls Big Band
+ more to be announced
You are invited to the fifth IFN Discussion Group!
Date: Tuesday, 18th of September
Topic: Migrant Women's Rights
Location: the Exchange, (Exhange Street Upper, Temple Bar) an arts collective whose website can be found here: http://exchangedublin.ie/
RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/312643945500036/
To facilitate discussion, we'll have these ground rules:
-Everyone has the right to contribute to the discussion
-Refrain from personal attacks, criticise the idea and not the person
-Everyone is welcome to attend regardless of age, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, transgender status, religious belief, disability, membership of the travelling community, marital status or family status.
Hope to see you there!
The Irish Feminist Network invites you to their One-Year Anniversary celebrations where we discuss ‘Is feminism relevant?’
RSVP on Facebook
The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2
Friday, September 30th 2011
7pm – 10pm
Speakers on the evening:
Susan McKay – CEO, National Women’s Council of Ireland
Emma O’Kelly – Education and Science Correspondent, RTE
Ailbhe Smyth – Co-convenor of the Feminist Open Forum, Chair of the National Lesbian & Gay Federation
Join us to celebrate a year of the IFN as we launch a new website and outline our plans for the future of the organisation.
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