Womenday

Probably the concept is known the urge to come together is new. (in dutch and facebook)

At March 8, We The Women Of All Nations, come together to in House Of Craziness ( http://www.houseofcraziness.com). We bring intelligence, happiness, fun, and great energy to archieve success, spreading happiness, and sustaining positive change!

Join also our survey Violence At Work

Morning

08:00-09:00 WBSBM

(Dutch) Women Breakfast Served By Men

09:00-09:30 Opening

(Dutch) …

09:30-10:00 Succes

by: Michèle Sparreboom from Michele Presenteert she talks about the passion of people and theire inspiration.

10:00-11:00 Our Next Prime Minister

Participants

– Salima Belhaj,  D’66 member House Of Representatives

– Linda Voortman, Groenlinks member House Of Representatives

– Astrid Oosenbrug, PVDA member House Of Representatives

(Dutch) Def: Conversation between two female politicians about ao

– which women should become our next Prime Minister

see also https://fd.nl/economie-politiek/1155313/te-laat-vo…

– will women in the Netherlands get the similair rights as in Germany to ask for lohngerechtigkeit see http://www.spiegel.de/karriere/bundesregierung-einigt-sich-auf-gesetz-zu-lohngleichheit-a-1115430.html

– how can we interest more women for parlement (figures: 2016 50 women, 2010 64 women, 2004 60 women, 1998 54 women)

11:00-12:00 Change the media

(Dutch) Participants:

– Rennie Rijpma, Chief Online AD Nieuwsmedia

– Esther Lammers, Deputy EditorTrouw

Debat: every day we watch, listen or read all kind of publications in the media. Some stories are true some are false! More disturbing at the moment though is the lack of stories about, presented or published by women. It’s time that dutch media train, hire and put more women on

Afternoon

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Language in the city

Theater: The Rotterdam Centre for Theatre presents language in the city. An educational language journey. What is language? What if you speak properly? Or have trouble with reading and writing? And about feeling shame? More information is available at Language in the City. senior positions.   14:00-15:00 Lectures

– Fun At WorK

by Dr Bex Hewett; Assistant Professor in Human Resource Management, Erasmus University

(Dutch) – Stop Violence At Work (Survey)

by dr. I. (Iwona) van Zanten-Przybysz, doctor Work and Health

15:00-16:00 Round Table Talks

Tafel 1 Locale (Dutch)

– Zelfredzaamheid en discriminatie

– De voor en nadelen van parttime werken

Tafel 2 International (Engelish)

– Planet 50-50 in 2030

– Violence at work (Geweld op het werk)

16:00-17:00 Manifest For The Working Women

Writing together a manifesto for the working woman in which we briefly show point by point the position and principles of the International Women Rotterdam 2017-2030! The manifesto for the working woman will be offered at 20:00 to a representative of the Dutch Parliament, the Municipality of Rotterdam and the press.

17:00-18:00 Music Intermezzo

Muriel Kloek plays acoustic songs from her show Noresign: “A young woman breaks free from a mental straightjacket. Raw and direct, songs talk about sensuality and tenderness, anger and sorrow, strength and vulnerability. A musical plea for selfdetermination, freedom and love.”

Evening

18:00-19:00 Diner

18:00-20:00 42 Rounds

Run together a Marathon within two hours

19:00-20:00 60 Minutes

(Dutch) Four women Irma van Oort (architect KCAP), Stella Boess (Assistant Professor, Design for Interaction TU Delft),  Kiki Petratou (galleryowner Joey Ramone), Joke van der Zwaard (researcher, writer and founder Leeszaal West) and Deirdre M. Donoghue (m/other voices foundation, PhD Researcher, Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Faculty of Humanities, Utrecht University) talk with   Wilma Kun (artist and owner Huis Der Zotheid) about the importance of their work in today’s society.

20:00-20:15 Handover Manifest For The Working Women

At 20:00 we will handover the Manifest to a representative of the Dutch Parliament, the city of Rotterdam and the press.

20:15-21:30 I Am A Girl

 

“I Am a Girl” (film) shares six distinct stories from around the world — Afghanistan, Australia, Cambodia, Cameroon, Papua New Guinea, and the United States — told by adolescent girls on the brink of womanhood.

22:00 The End