Event Details

The pandemic has exasperated pre-existing issues for working womxn. What can we do to fix this? Find out at this event.

The U.N. Perspective Series are free events aiming to build community and convene global and local perspectives on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Presented by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston (UNAGB) and Impact Hub Boston, each U.N. Perspective Series focuses on a specific SDG and opens dialogue between global experts, local leaders, and the Greater Boston community.

In March we will focus on SDG 5: Gender Equality and how the COVID-19 pandemic has further exasperated challenges for working womxn (all those who identify as female). This event will also commemorate the UN’s International Women’s Day on March 8: a day dedicated to the celebration and advancement of females around the world.

Speakers

Dativah Bideri Mukamusonera, Executive Director of Komera

Elaine Tagliareni, Dean, School of Nursing & Professor, MGH Institute of Health Professionals

Julie Gorte, Senior Vice President for Sustainable Investing at Impax Asset Management LLC

Want to support future female* leaders?

Make a donation of any size to UNAGB at checkout and be entered into a raffle to win gift cards from our generous partners. All donations are 100% tax deductible and will support scholarships for female* students wishing to attend a 2021 Summer Institute in Global Leadership.

Interested in sponsoring this event? Reach out to Margo Bailey at [email protected]

*and those identifying as female

Donate to IWD 2021

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Current Agenda:
11:30-11:35 p.m.—— Intro
11:35-12:30 p.m. —— Panel Discussion
12:30-12:55 p.m. —— Breakout Rooms
12:55-1:00 p.m. —— Call to Action,Announcement of Raffle Winners, & Closing

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This is a free event, but registration is required. Please note that the event is open to all ages, but the lecture is tailored to adult audiences.

This event is made possible thanks to a generous donation by the TD Charitable Foundation.

TD Charitable