Events, Workshops and Awards celebrating International Women’s Day
Bucks Mind – Mental Wellbeing
Bucks Mind is hosting an online drop-in mental wellbeing session via Zoom from 12-2pm. Facilitated by their Counselling Service team, the event will focus on the 5 Ways to Wellbeing:
- Being active
- Taking notice (being in the moment)
- Keep learning
To take part in this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘International Women’s Day event’. They will then send you an invitation to the Zoom event.
CSR-A – Wonder Women: how has Covid changed women’s lives?
Date/time: 8th March 2021, 4pm for 1 hour
Ticket price: Minimum donation £3.00 – all fees will go to Myeloma UK
Book your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wonder-women-how-has-covid-changed-womens-lives-tickets-143060370419
CSR-A are delighted to support International Women’s Day with a seminar of great women.
Join their CSR-A panel of insightful guests who ‘Choose to Challenge’ – a discussion to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness against bias and take action for equality.
In line with the CSR Accreditation four pillars, supporting International Women’s Day aligns with the WORKPLACE and COMMUNITY pillars.
This event is hosted by Muryel Boulay, CEO at B Otherwise Ltd and their esteemed panelists are confirmed as:
The Countess Howe (Elizabeth)- HM Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire – Chairman of Heart of Bucks
Toni Kent – Professional Speaker, Compere and Stand Up – Social Mobility & Women in Tech
Dr Hana Albanna – International Initiatives Manager at Global One and researcher at Faith Regen Foundation
Fiona Mack – Mack Consulting & Mack Yoga – Lead Facilitator & Executive Coach / Senior Yoga & Meditation Teacher
Community Impact Bucks – The Buckinghamshire Women in Charity Awards 2021
The Buckinghamshire Women in Charity Awards 2021 organised by Community Impact Bucks celebrates the achievements of women from across Buckinghamshire who are working or volunteering in the charity sector.
There are four award categories, including Outstanding Volunteer and Young Charity Woman of the Year; winners and those highly-commended will be announced on International Women’s Day at the Awards ceremony at 12pm. Find out more.
MKIAC – Choose to Challenge
MKIAC are bringing together inspirational community leaders to discuss how women are using creative ways to build a more inclusive world & forge women’s equality.
This event brings inspirational community leaders and our future leaders together to discuss how women in our community are using creative ways to build a more inclusive world and forge women’s equality. We hear from multigenerational speakers from our own backyard about the everyday challenges at different levels, what we need to move forward and how we can make daily choice to challenge to call out gender bias and inequality. This event is set to the backdrop of the pandemic, where many have said that women have been asked to do the impossible and we are at a very real risk of turning the clock back on gender equality. Equally, we now have an opportunity to push for a more equal sharing of care work and more flexibility from employers. We want to unleash the potential of everyone across the country.
Date of event: 16th March 2021
Book on Eventbrite: Choose to Challenge Tickets, Tue 16 Mar 2021 at 11:00 | Eventbrite
Pearn Kandola – Big talk, little progress: Gender equality in organisations and how to make it a reality
There has been much talk around gender equality in organisations, but actions have been far from effective; some would argue things are getting worse…
Pearn Kandola are providing a free webinar series exploring why we are making such limited progress on gender equality and what actions we can take to make it a reality. This session will look at:
- the historical origins of gender bias;
- what we can do to address the main drivers of inequality;
- how to reduce gender-based micro-incivilities;
- why we are making such little progress on the gender pay gap;
- and how intersections of race and gender have significant implications on who is considered a suitable leader.
Find out more and book your place.
Bucks BAME Network – Women’s Work Stream
Bucks BAME Network welcome you to come and listen to their wonderful key speakers, leaders in business and entertainment who will share their experiences, resilience and how they have navigated challenges creating opportunities for themselves and others. The event will include a panel of young women who will talk about what IWD means to them.
Guest speakers include Rachael Shimmin OBE, Chief Executive, Buckinghamshire Council and Patti Boulaye OBE, Singer, Actress and Artist.
Find out more and book your place.