Women Together for a Better World - Cavan Workshop

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Women Together for a Better World - Cavan Workshop

AkiDwA is inviting Cork Women to this workshop.The aim is to introduce the Sustainable Development Goals and their impact on our daily lives

By AkiDwA

When and where

Date and time

Tue, 7 Mar 2023 10:00 - Tue, 28 Mar 2023 13:00 GMT


Bridge Street Community & Resource Centre Clg.14 Bridge St, Townparks, Cavan, H12 T651 14 Bridge St Townparks Cavan Ireland

About this event

This workshop is for Women who are living in Cork and County Cork. Ireland.

The workshop consists of 4 sessions.

Dates: Every Tuesday 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th March

Duration: Each session duration is 3 hours from 10 am - 1 pm.


Cost: Free

Refreshments will be included.

We will reimburse public transport and part of the childcare cost upon presenting the receipts.

You can attend one session. However, it is advised that you attend the four sessions.

The workshop is for all women; Irish, traveller, Migrants, women with disability and women from all ethnic minorities. The workshop will include games, and lots of interactions. We will chat, laugh as well as discussing important issues that are affecting our living experience as women.

The workshop will be focusing on the Sustainable development goals from a gender equality perspective. The main aim is to promote the rights of women and girls living in Ireland. It is part of the government efforts to accelerate the achievement of the sustainable development goals in Ireland and to highlight the Irish Aid work abroad. The project is funded by the Irish Aid and carried out by AkiDwA.

Looking forward to see you!

About the organiser

Organised by

AkiDwa is the network for migrant and African women living in Ireland

Established in Dublin in 2001, AkiDwA has been representing migrant women in Ireland for almost two decades by providing policymakers with the unique perspective of a migrant-led national women’s organisation. AkiDwA takes a holistic approach to integration that involves promoting both a migrant and a gender-specific approach to public services and by encouraging migrant women to access mainstream services and initiatives. We promote equality and justice for all migrant women in Ireland by ensuring equal opportunities and equal access to resources for all.

AkiDwA is based at Unit 2, Killarney Court, Buckingham Street, Dublin 1 

Registered Charity Number 20063641/ CHY No 17227