Women’s sector ‘Speed Dating’ event hosted by the Northern Ireland Assembly Women’s Caucus

Published: 14th June 2019, 11:18am

Women’s sector ‘Speed Dating’ event hosted by the Northern Ireland Assembly Women’s Caucus

‘Speed Dating’ event hosted by the Northern Ireland Assembly Women’s Caucus at Parliament Buildings, Stormont

On Monday 10 June 2019 the Northern Ireland Assembly Women’s Caucus hosted a ‘Speed Dating’ event with Women’s sector organisations in the Long Gallery at Parliament Buildings.

Organisations represented included the Northern Ireland Rural Women’s Network; Age NI; Alliance for Choice; Women’s Resource and Development Agency; Women’s Support Network; Equality Coalition; Northern Ireland Women’s European Platform and Women’s Aid Federation Northern Ireland.

Members of the Northern Ireland Assembly Women’s Caucus spent time meeting with the individual organisations and listening to their key issues and concerns to ensure that the Caucus is responsive to the needs of the sector and to inform the work streams of the Caucus.

Main Photo (L-R) Louise Coyle, Director, Northern Ireland Rural Women’s Network, Eithne Gilligan, Head of Policy & Engagement, Age NI, Siobhán Harding, Policy Worker, Women’s Support Network, Rosemary Barton MLA, Jemma Dolan MLA, Kellie Turtle, Women’s Sector Lobbyist, Women’s Resource and Development Agency, Elaine Crory, Good Relations Worker, Women’s Resource and Development Agency, Emma Sheerin MLA and Megan Fearon MLA

 

Round Table with Caucus Members Rosemary Barton and Jemma Dolan

Round Table with Caucus Members Rosemary Barton MLA and Jemma Dolan MLA

Round Table with Caucus Members, Claire Hanna MLA, Megan Fearon MLA and Emma Sheerin MLA

Round Table with Caucus Members, Claire Hanna MLA, Megan Fearon MLA and Emma Sheerin MLA

Alliance for Choice, WRDA and WSN

 

 

 

 

 

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