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.    

letters of support for the NCCWN Women's Centre come pouring in - see below

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 National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks (NCCWN)

2013 Annual Report

Women's Centre AGM 3rd June 2014

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Members of Waterford Women’s Centre visited Mount Congreve estate and gardens on Thursday 15th of May

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 Good Cheer, Good Company and Beautiful Surroundings

Good luck to all the women's candidates in the local and European elections Friday 23rd May 2014

 The Waterford Women's Centre would like to wish all the women candidates in the local and European elections on Friday 23rd May 2014 the best of luck.  Lets use our votes and make sure this election brings us closer to equal representation of women in politics to reach 50/50 by 2020

Mayor Cllr. John Cummins visits the Women's Centre

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 Mayor Cllr. John Cummins visited the Women's Centre during Waterford City Mayor's Health Week.  The Women's Centre had an open day to mark health week and welcomed the public in to see what we do.  In particular our Health and Wellbeing Programme was of great interest.  This programme offers a holistic proactive approach to health with swimming and gym, yoga, a range of affordable alternative therapies, circle dancing, meditation, healthy eating and much more.  

Minister Burton visits the Women's Centre March 24th 2014

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