Wednesday 1st May 2019, 10:00am
Empowerment of Women & Men Improves Health & Social Outcomes in Society
Mary Harney Chancellor of UL will open the conference continuing with lectures from Mairead Mc Guinness MEP, Vice President of the European Parliament, Martine Fitzgerald RTE, author of Madame Politician, Professor James Gleeson Maths UL and Dore Normille author, photographer from New York.
We realize the importance of educating our young men and women so one of the major highlights of the conference will be five minute presentations on the topic of Empowerment of women and men and its attributes by boys and girls from Transition Year from schools across the Mid-West. Competitions are currently running at the moment and the eight best presentations will be chosen to present at the conference.
There will also be panels made up of business leaders, sports people and academics discussing the main theme of the conference which is Empowerment of Women and Men.
Light entertainment and refreshments included so book your tickets at the UCH Box office as soon as possible for what promises to be a major highlight in this year’s conference calendar.
Empowerment of men and women equally is so important, this conference hopes to educate all those present on the importance of self-value, respect and equal opportunities for both sexes. This will help reduce all aspects of abuse be it physical, sexual or emotional. Suicide has become a major concern and this conference will address those concerns and how to empower both sexes to prevent same.
The conference will run from 10am to 3.30pm
Presented by Dr Mary Ryan Consultant Endocrinologist and Senior Lecturer in GEMS, University of Limerick and Bon Secours at Barrington’s Limerick