Waterford Herstory Salon / 20.02.17

Waterford Herstory 20/20 Salon


7PM - 8.30PM

VENUE: Waterford Institute of Technology’s (WIT) Granary campus on the Quay in Waterford city

Free event, to book visit www.wit.ie/events. Booking is required as spaces are limited.

Waterford women are getting political and standing beside actress Meryl Streep and feminist academic Elaine Aston to form a network of resistance against Trump’s exclusionary tactics and the slight-of-hand discrimination against women that pervades contemporary politics and social structures. Work has been going on in Waterford in the last year to celebrate women and the next event scheduled is in association with Herstory.ie entitled Waterford Herstory 20/20. The event will celebrate inspirational women from Waterford, past and present and will be hosted by Waterford Institute of Technology’s (WIT) Granary campus on the Quay in Waterford city on 20 February from 7pm – 8.30pm.

A number of guest speakers at the event will discuss inspirational, contemporary and historical Waterford women whose stories and experiences in the world of sport, broadcasting and business are aimed to inspire young men and women of the future. The Herstory salon series is part of series events to be scheduled nationwide this year on the 20th day of every month across the country in reaction to Donald Trump’s election and his reputation on equality and attitudes towards women in particular. 

Waterford Herstory 20/20 is a multi-partner event supported by DVF Printing: the Granary Café; Herstory.ie; Shona.ie; the Equality Office and the Research Support Unit, TUI Equality WIT; the School of Humanities, WIT; the University of the Third Age, Tramore; Waterford City and County Council Library Services & Waterford City and County Archives, Waterford City and County Council; WIT Student's Union and hosted by Waterford Institute of Technology.

To book visit www.wit.ie/events - booking required as spaces are limited.