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.    

Congratulations to Cllr Dee Jacques

Kate Crotty, Cllr Dee Jacques, Deputy Ciara Conway,Breda Murphy and Marie Keating

Congratulations to Cllr Dee Jacques who was co-opted onto Waterford City Council on the 11th March 2013.   Kate Crotty, Breda Murphy and Marie Keating attended the meeting and are photographed here with Cllr Dee Jacques and Deputy Ciara Conway.  

Fetac Certification 2013

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Congratulations to members of the Time for Me group who received their FETAC Certificates from Women Centre Facilitator Alison Langford on the 20th March 2013  (Waterford City Adult Learners Festival).  Family member, friends and members of the general public attended the event.   

Celebrating International Women's Day 2013

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The Women's Centre marked International Women's Day 2013 with events throughout the week.  On Monday 4th March a women's history project was launched in Waterford City Council Library, Lady Lane, Waterford and attended by approximately 50 people on the day.  This exhibition was in the Library until Friday 8th March. 

Events organised by the Women's Centre for International Women's Day 2013

The following events will take place to mark International Women's Day 2013
1. A Photographic Exhibition of Waterford Women's History

The Women's Centre goes National

The Women's Centre goes National

 The Women's Centre goes National

Childcare Centre Leaflet

Information on the childcare service offered in the Women's Centre

Parents Handbook

All the information you might need if you are interested in sending your child to our childcare service

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