This event was made possible by the Communicating Europe Initiative.
Date: 28th February, 2019
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Location: The Glasshouse Hotel, Swan Point, Abbeyquarter North, Sligo, F91 NCA4 Google Maps
Event: Join Women for Election in Sligo on the evening of February 28th for a panel discussion on Europe with MEP Marian Harkin, Tara Farrell, Deputy CEO of the Longford Women’s Link, Fiona Meehan of 50:50 North West, MEP candidate Maria Walsh and thejournal.ie reporter Orla Ryan as chair.
This event is part of our Communicating Europe series, the first of which took place in Dublin on December 3rd with MEP Lynn Boylan, Noelle O’Connell of European Movement Ireland, Hannah Deasy of the IIEA and Shona Murray of Euronews.
The event will kick off at 6pm in the Glasshouse hotel with a networking session. This event is ideal for women in Sligo and surrounding regions who want to meet like-minded women to discuss politics – local, national and European.
Tickets: Register on womenforelection.ie https://womenforelection.ie/events/sligo-communicating-europe-with-women-for-election/
Contact: Jeanne Sutton, 0838346735, email@example.com
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Women for Election trains, mentors and supports women across Ireland to consider politics as a career. We run full-day training sessions called INSPIRE where political experts and female representatives take women through the skills they need to succeed. We also run focused masterclasses on topics such as campaigning and canvassing. Our next INSPIRE course takes place in Dublin on March 2nd. Orlaith Carmody, Margaret E. Ward and Justin Moran will be providing training across confidence, communications and campaigning. Learn more here.
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