International Women’s Day – Wednesday, 8 March

UCD will join organisations across the globe in marking International Women’s Day again this year. This year’s theme is “Be Bold for Change”.  

Through conversation and celebration, we will be pledging our support to help forge gender equality on International Women’s Day and beyond.

 

Morning Events

"In Conversation with Dr. Grainne Healy A leader in Social Justice"

Fitzgerald Chamber - UCD Student Centre

Event commences at 07:45

The conversation will cover Grainne's leadership journey over the past 40 years in social activism and then more recently her leadership of the Yes Equality Campaign.

This event is brought to you by UCD Alumni Relations.

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Full outline below:

    7.45am - Registration Student Centre

    8.00am - Breakfast Conversation in the Fitzgerald Chamber

    8.45am - Questions - open to the floor

    9.00am - Tea and Coffee Pastries served

 

Lunch Events

UCD will join organisations across the globe in marking International Women’s Day again this year. This year’s theme is “Be Bold for Change”.  

Through conversation and celebration, we will be pledging our support to help forge gender equality on International Women’s Day and beyond.

Conversation: Speakers in the Moore Auditorum are: Professor Orla Feely, Professor Colin Scott, Dr Sinead Critchley, Professor William Gallagher and Students Union Welfare Officer Róisín Ni Mhara.

Celebration: At 1.30pm there will be a special preformance by the UCD Community Choir. Light lunch provided.

This event is brought to you by UCD Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

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Evening Events

‘Gender inequality in universities: The Problem is Women?’ 

Professor Pat O’Connor (University of Limerick)

Chair: Prof Kathleen Lynch (UCD) 

6pm, Newman Theatre 1, Newman Building, UCD

This lecture is held as part of the series "Historical and Policy Perspectives on Gender" and it is organised by Dr Selena Daly, lecturer in Italian Studies, UCD School of Languages and Dr Mark Jones (Irish research Council Elevate Fellow, UCD School of History).

No booking required.