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Realising Women’s Right to Health in Ireland Conference Dec 17th

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opzioni binarie rsi Other speakers on the panel include Minister of State for Health Mr. Alex White (tbc); Sara Burke, journalist, broadcaster and policy analyst; and Dr. Jane Pillinger, independent consultant specialising in health and women’s health. The conference will be chaired by Prof. Kathleen Lynch, School of Social Justice, University College Dublin.

binäre optionen 1 minute If you are interested in attending this event, please contact Aine Travers at NWCI Tel: 01-889 8470.

miglior robot opzioni binarie The Women’s Human Rights Alliance (WHRA) is a coalition of independent non-governmental organisations that advocate for women’s human rights. The National Women’s Council of Ireland convene the WHRA and current members include Akidwa, Amnesty International, Cairde, Pavee Point Travellers Centre, Migrant Rights Centre Ireland, Immigrant Council of Ireland, Irish Council for Civil Liberties, National Travellers Women’s Forum, National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks (NCCWN), OPEN, Ruhama, Irish Family Planning Association, UN Women Ireland and Women’s Aid.

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