Diversity news at the Luxembourg

Orange Week - "Couples’ dance of two" & the March Against Violence

Stop Violence Against Women

Within the context of the “Orange Week”, a week aimed at raising awareness on gender based violence, especially towards women and girls, the Fondation Maison de la Porte Ouverte and the Fondation Pro Familia invite you to their public conference « La danse à deux des couples » (Couples’ dance of two), talking about domestic violence between couples, trying to enlighten the issue and to show how to accompany couples towards less suffering. The event, taking place on the 23rd November at 7PM, will be introduced by Mrs Lydia Mutsch, Minister for Equal Opportunities and present Mrs Camille Labaki, psychologist-psychotherapist with the focus on family and couple therapy as key speaker.

 

  • Thursday, 23rd November at 7PM at the International Bank in Luxembourg, to find out more please contact info@profamilia.lu !

 

Two days later, on the 25th November you can participate in the March Against Violence which is organised by ZONTA Luxembourg and supported by the Ministry for Equal Opportunities. You can join the group on the Glacis in the city centre at 10.30 AM.

 

  • Saturday, 25rd November at 10.30 AM at the Glacis in the City Centre, find out more here !

 

 Find the complete porgram of the Orange Week 2017 below!

LILLA - Ladies In Law Luxembourg Association

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Ladies In Law Luxembourg Association, LILLA, is the first non-profit organisation and network for women working within the legal sector in Luxembourg. The goal of LILLA is to promote and to defend gender equality as well as gather its members around the key issues of diversity, equality and women’s rights. LILLA holds a wide range of awareness-raising and informative, cultural and sportive events and favours the meeting and exchange between its members.

Next event

  • 9th November 2017 : The 16th European Woman Lawyers Association (EWLA) congress on “The Key Role of Diversity to Strengthen the EU” at KPMG Luxembourg 

Find out more and become a member of LILLA on www.lilla.lu

 

Develop my civil involvement - Dinner Meeting Movie

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Have you ever wanted to develop your civil participation together with asylum seekers? Passerell asbl invites you to their meeting and discussion evening all around civil participation, accompanied by an Ivorian dinner prepared by the organisation’s members. The event is free and open to all and will take place Friday the 27th October at Hariko, 1 Dernier Sol in Bonnevoie.

 

 For more information please contact contact@passerell.lu or visit the site www.passerell.lu

 

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