To celebrate both Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day Unison’s Sally George led a talk on Equal Pay for Women and The Gender Pay Gap.
Mary Lauchline McNeill was born on the 27th of September 1874 to Janet Jean Dewar and Daniel McNeill.
The meeting at the St Magnus Centre, Kirkwall is on from 6pm and is open to all.
As part of the events to celebrate International Women’s Day, The Orkney News’ short Animation ‘A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm’ will be showing at the Phoenix Cinema, Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall.
Silent Divas: ASSUNTA SPINA (12A) is at West Side Cinema, Stromness Town Hall, 09 March. Tickets on the door.
I was very proud to be working with a fantastic group women to mark International Women’s Day (8th of March) this year in Shetland
let’s look at the ‘progress’ being made for and by women in Scotland in 2018.
Orkney Rape Crisis is having an open door event where multi-agency staff, volunteers and supporters can visit their premises at 4 Gunn Close, Kirkwall.
“For our girls growing up today, it is important that we give them good role models – not only in STEM subjects, but in politics too.”
“remember those women of daring and do
Who were courageous and strong in the past.”