Our training courses are free of charge and open to every woman in Wales, with no prerequisites to join. We want to see more women in decision-making roles, as the School Governors, Councillors and Board Members of tomorrow.
The Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre will host the launch on Friday 26th September and it will include rag time rhythms and jazz syncopations alongside the valiant voices of Diaspora seamen that dedicated their lives to Wales. It will also feature 100 young voices and debut a new drama inspired by the impact of the African Caribbean migration to Wales during the 1914 to 1919 period.
Have your say on the Wales you want to see for future generations by attending one of the interactive events below:-
30th September – Tapestri, Swansea from 10am – 1pm (followed by lunch)
1st October – Venue Cymru, Llandudno from 10am – 1pm (followed by lunch)
Women are powerful agents of change and have a unique role in leading the way to achieving sustainable development as guardians of natural resources, primary decision makers in household consumption, educators of the next generation and key voices within communities.
These events are an opportunity to ensure that the views of women are reflected strongly in the Welsh Government’s national conversation on ‘The Wales We Want’. The findings will help shape the development of the Well-being of Future Generations Bill which was launched on 7th July.
Their next networking event for women is in ICT and Construction (WIC) and takes place in North Wales at:
Wednesday 17th September 6-8pm.
What Is It?
• An international learning programme that focuses on intercultural dialogue, community engagement, and active citizenship.
• Collaborating with other Active Citizen participants on the design and delivery of local social action projects.
• Engaging in an International Study Visit to host and receive global partners from countries around the world.
So if you want to bring about real change in your community – this is the course for you!
When is it?
We will be running two separate courses, one during the week and another on a weekend.
Course one starts: Monday 13th October
On Saturdays (apart from one session on Sunday 26th October) for six weeks.
Both courses run from 9.30am to 2.30pm.
At Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff Bay CF10 5AL