International Women’s Day Celebration – Glasgow, Celtic Football Ground, Thursday 13th March 2008

International Women’s Day Celebration – Working Together for Improved Services for Women
Thursday 13th March 2008
Celtic Football Ground, Glasgow, G40 3RE
10.00am – 3.00pm

Free lunch and crèche available (please book crèche in advance)

To book a place contact – Angela McKay
tel: 0141 781 0230, email: angela.mckay@gewa.org.uk

Programme

9.30 Registration/Tea and Coffee

10.0 Welcome and Opening Remarks
Cllr Cathy McMaster
Cllr Frank Doherty

10.30 Violence Against Women – A Community Safety Issue
Ann Fehilly Chair Safe Group, General Manager GCSS

10.45 Mhairi McGowan – ASSIST Co-Ordinator – The Domestic
Abuse Court

11.0 How Long Is A Piece Of String?
Greater Easterhouse Women’s Aid
Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership

12.00 Multi Agency Work – Making it Happen
Dr Mairead Tagg, GEWA

12.30 Lunch

1.30 H is 4
Naomi Breeze

1.50 Questions and Evaluation

2.15 Role of Football in Tackling Violence Against Women
Celtic Football Club

2.30 Balloon Launch
Stephen McManus Captain, Celtic Football Club

3.00 End

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One Response to International Women’s Day Celebration – Glasgow, Celtic Football Ground, Thursday 13th March 2008

  1. Can I ask though – how did you get this picked up and into google news?

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