Two of the founders of The Autistic Womens Empowerment Project Willow and Helen will be presenting at this event .
We will presenting on the challenges faced by Autistic girls and women across the life span but more importantly we will be presenting on all our recent achievements to show the positive outcomes that can be achieved when we come together as a community and the benefits of self awareness ,self acceptance and self -advocacy .and using a strengths based approach .
We’ve come along way in the last two years .
If anyone has a few free hours on Saturday .Please come along and support us .
The Event is free but you do have to book a place .
” Bangor University School of Lifelong Learning in partnership with the Women’s Equality Network (WEN) Wales will be hosting an International Women’s Day event on Saturday 4th March.
This is a day to celebrate but also to challenge, give voice to and organise around the issues women are facing.
The key speakers are grass roots women, all current or past students in Lifelong Learning, each with barriers to face, learning to undertake and challenges to surmount.
Theirs are stories of the everyday lives of women who rise-up and challenge and change the world, who show what can be achieved through learning, working together, marching together in myriad “different ways. ”
The politics are women’s politics!