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Invitation to AI's Fifth Annual Women's Rights Conference
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You are invited to join African Initiatives for our fifth annual women's rights Conference.
 
 
The Future Women Want
 Charting the Course Forward to Women's Empowerment, Rights and Gender Equality

Saturday 7th March 2015 
9.30am – 4.15pm
Broadmead Baptist Church and Conference Centre
1 Whippington Court, Bristol, BS1 3HY

 
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You are invited to African Initiatives 5th Annual Women's rights conference - a community event covering a wide range of women’s issues. Our theme for 2015 is all about inspiring positive social change. We want this year's conference to be inspirational and action-orientated; it will be an opportunity to listen to women and men working around the world for gender equality, and to share our goals for the future.
 
This event will bring together individuals and organisations working on women’s rights issues in the UK and abroad. This year, African Initiatives will focus our annual International Women’s Rights Conference on inspirational talks on the future of women’s rights. We have organised a series of workshops covering topics such as: gender violence, FGM and negative body image.
 
The conference is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about women's rights issues, to meet and network with like-minded people and to share experiences.

For further information and to reserve your place, please visit our EventBrite Page and if you're on Facebook, visit our Event Page.

If you are interested in volunteering on the day please get in touch, we have a range of roles available conference@african-initiatives.org.uk.

We really hope you can join us as we mark International Women’s Day in Bristol!
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IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE CONFERENCE, WHY DON'T YOU TUNE INTO OUR RADIO 4 APPEAL!
Listen out for African Initiatives’ appeal on Radio 4, read by the lovely Mariella Frostrup. Mariella will be telling the story of Maria, who underwent female genital mutilation at the age of 13, and her fight to get an education. Tune in on Sunday March 1st at 7.55 am and 9.26 pm, or Thursday March 5th at 3.27 pm.
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