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  • This event has been organised by Al Masaar, Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) and Stirling Aid, to celebrate International Women's Day 2022 on:

    Date: 21 May 2022
    Time: 13:00-15:00
    Venue: Mayfield Centre, Sunnybank Rd, St Ninians, Stirling FK7 0DB

    This event is for women and children only, and is free to attend. A free creche will be provided for all children aged 12 years and younger - please register for this in advance if required. (No snacks will be provided for children in the creche - if required you are advised to provide children with your own snacks)

    Food is also available throughout the event for people to buy, if they wish to do so.

    There will be a list of inspirational women speakers on a range of topics on the day, including:
    Sofia Akbar: Neurodiversity
    Ewelina Chin: Importance of self-love
    Breaking the bias: Inclusion as a way of life
    Azra Bhatti: Dignity in poverty
    Deena Tissera: Breaking the bias: Women and leadership
    Ella O’Fides (Gabby): Breaking the bias - Strength from your weakness
    Kirsty Patterson:Importance of mindfulness Register here: https://iwd22-stirling.eventbrite.co.uk

    Practise English alongside other learners with a cup, a chair and a chat!

    Language learners arrive at the Howgate each week and practise speaking English.

    Simply take a seat, introduce yourself and see where the conversation takes you!

    Refreshments like coffee and biscuits will be freely available.

    You are warmly welcome to join our cheerful and joyful art-making workshop to help you take a break and relax. These are taking place every Tuesday at 10.00 am until 11.30 am at CSREC's office in the Howgate Shopping Centre in Falkirk.

    No prior experience is required - EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

    Art-making is a calming practice, which can help to soothe your mind and relieve stress and anxiety.

    It is a way to process what is happening around and within you in a safe and confidential space. It can also help to enhance brain productivity and boost your confidence.

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