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Feb 15 2014

HUDC: International Women’s Day – March 1, 2014

random_social_mediaHarrow United Deaf Club are holding their International Women’s Day on March 1, 2014 from 6.00 – 9.30pm.

Where: The Bridge, Christchurch Avenue, Harrow HA3 5BD

Each year, International Women’s Day (IWD), is celebrated on March 8, across the world. In different regions, the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women to a celebration for women’s economic, political and social achievements.

Inspiring Change is the 2014 theme for the internationalwomensday.com global hub and encourages advocacy for women’s advancement everywhere in every way. It calls for challenging the status quo for women’s equality and vigilance inspiring positive change.

At Harrow United Deaf Club, we bring you exciting panel of inspirational women to share their personal stories.

hudc_womens_dayEveryone is welcome (including men who support women issues)

Deaf/deaf/hearing people including young people, older people, their families/children, BSL students and people from ALL faiths.

Ticket price:
Adult = £2.00 Children (11 years to 16 years) = £1.00 Childre

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3 comments

  1. sonoo malkani

    President of HUDC(Harrow United Deaf Club) ,Asif Iqbal, and his team hold interesting open evenings on the first Saturday of each month,with anew and relevant theme.The last one on Valentine’s Day was fun and quite different from the norm.
    This one being held to celebrate International Womens’ Day promises to be inspirational.You will meet with successful women from diverse communities and backgrounds and hear how they got there.

    Do support this really warm and caring group and go along with your friends.The venue is well served by buses and there is a large car park.Tickets are really reasonably priced and well worth the money.Hope to see many of you there.Patrons John and Margaret Purnell attend regularly as do other important citizens.Most of all,its members of our public who need to attend and see what a good job they are doing!

  2. j p hobbs

    I thought every day was Womens day , he he he .jp

    1. j p hobbs

      And why not ? i have no objections .

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