International Women’s Day “Gender Equality- It’s Everyone’s Business”, Jane Gotts, Dumbarton Library, 8 March, 2017
International Women’s Day
“Gender Equality- It’s Everyone’s Business”
Why the journey towards gender equality matters for everyone.
West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Cultural Services will be celebrating International Women’s Day with a special talk by Jane Gotts at 7pm on Wednesday, 8 March at Dumbarton Library. The talk will explore why gender equality in the workplace and beyond matters for everyone.
Jane is the founding partner and Director at GenAnalytics Ltd, a specialist analytical and market insights consultancy focused on the area of business performance improvement linked to diversity and equality in the workplace. She has vast experience in business and economic consultancy, strategic business planning and international business development.
Tickets are free and are available from Eventbrite – You will need to Register to book your tickets. If you need assistance with booking your ticket staff at your nearest WDC library will be delighted to help.
Dumbarton Library, Strathleven Pl, Dumbarton G82 1BD
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