Recognising the impact of class and gender conditioning the Women's Centre builds capacity and challenges barriers to facilitate women to participate at all levels of civil society. Focusing on class & gender equality, anti-poverty and social inclusion, we collectively challenge cultural, political and economic inequalities.    

LTI Coordinator

Waterford Women’s Centre
wishes to recruit a Coordinator for the upcoming Local Training Initiative
“Pathways to Employment for Women”
with responsibility for overseeing the delivery of a QQI Level 4 Employment Programme Pathways

Autumn Programme in the Women's Centre

The Women's Centre is offering a very exciting autumn programme starting September 2017.  Check out our Community Education Page for details and leave your and contact details to arrange to meet us for a chat.   

Waterford Women's History

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Why women’s history is important


International Women's Day 2017


Waterford Central Library, Lady lane, Waterford

4th March at 11.30am

Annual Report 2015

Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough Cover

This is a safety and empowerment Guide for women produced by the Waterford Local Area Network.

Download a printable version of this booklet.

Free Public Lecture Wednesday 8th June 2016 6.30 pm in Waterford Central Library Lady Lane

 Rosamond Jacob (1888-1960): Waterford’s Suffragette and Nationalist – A Public Lecture

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