SPEAKERS

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Sarah Arnold
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Sarah Arnold

Maynooth University

Brenda Murphy
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Brenda Murphy

University of Malta

Brenda Romero
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Brenda Romero

Brenda.Games

Joanna Dukkipati
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Joanna Dukkipati

Good Day News, Cork

Shubhangi Karmakar
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Shubhangi Karmakar

Repealist.ie

PROGRAMME

Schedule of the day’s activities

Doors open

Doors open

15min

ORB 212

Introductions

Speaker introductions. Discussion of the event's format.

15min

ORB 212

Challenges and Opportunities

Discussion of the challenges and opportunities encountered by women who produce media. What supportive structures are in place to assist women in production environments? Audience questions will be collected during the talk to be handed to the speakers during the break.

35min

ORB 212

Break

10 minute break. Tea and biscuits will be provided.

10min

ORB 212

Breaking out of network bubbles

How can we break out of our networking bubbles to promote diversity and inclusion? How can we encourage others to do the same?

25min

ORB 212

Examples of Effective Solutions

Examples of effective solutions that have helped promote equality, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Advice to media producers of all genders, as well as to the public.

25

ORB 212

Wrap up

A quick recap of the day's discoveries and a big thank you to our speakers and attendees.

10min

ORB 212

VENUE

University College Cork

Áras Uí Rathaille / O'Rahilly Building
Room 212

Áras Uí Rathaille / O’Rahilly Building
College Rd, University College, Cork, Ireland
1.4 km from the city centre

UCC Accessibility Map

University College Cork aims to be an accessible campus. The organisers recognise that this is sometimes insufficient, though we strongly desire to make the event as welcoming to all as possible. We have checked to be sure that accessible toilet facilities and a lift are available within the building.

We have attempted to secure an ISL (Irish Sign Language) interpreter for the event, but university policy is to only provide such support if a registered attendee requires it. We understand that requiring people to ask means that the event is not, by default, accessible. It is our hope that at any future events, we will be able to convince UCC to change their policy. If you require ISL or other accessibility support, please let us know so that we can work with the University to accommodate you.

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REGISTER

Registration is not required, but is appreciated for planning purposes.

TICKETS

FREE

Attendance is free, though we will be asking for donations to cover the cost of the event.

We would especially like to pay the speakers for their time.

Suggested donation is from €5 to €15.

SPONSORS

This symposium was made possible through the support of UCC and the Women’s Studies department.

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