Update on @WomenEd_UAE inspired events and Dubai women in leadership and education events and activity

1-woman-leader-with-group-of-menYesterday afternoon I was really happy to be able to deliver a one hour seminar at Middlesex University Dubai on the topic of  global and local gender issues. There was a great turn out and some enthusiastic responses, comments and contributory input from the audience along the way and at the end. I was able to give a quick plug for our next event (details below for Sunday 22nd October), when UK based Hannah Wilson will come to speak on the topic of Values Based Education, Women in Leaderhip and WomenEd (also kicking off our @WomenEd_UAE interest group).

I’ve listed some further groups and projects of interest below that bring together the women in leadership agenda in the Dubai region, where possible with a focus on education. Also some links of relevance that I highlighted in my seminar yesterday. Hope to see you at an event soon!

Middlesex University Dubai Invitation/Event:

Sunday 22nd October, 2017, 6.30-7.30pm, Oasis Lecture Theatre (Block 16, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE). Guest Speaker: Hannah Wilson – ‘Education and values-led leadership’. UK Executive Head Teacher, Aureus School & Aureus Primary School; Strategic Lead – GLF Teaching School Alliance; Strategic Lead – Oxfordshire Women Leading in Education. UK National Leader for “WomenEd” (Twitter: @WomenEd), inspiring and supporting women in their educational leadership career development nationally and internationally, which she will also be talking about (along with the newly formed group “WomenEd_UAE” – Twitter: @WomenEd_UAE)

American University in Sharjah:

1) Women in Leadership Course: The Women in Leadership course was created by the School of Business and Management’s Dr. Linzi Kemp and Linda McLoughlin, faculty members at the departments of marketing and management, respectively. The course aims to introduce the skills and development necessary for female leaders to succeed in today’s environment.

2) Centre for Women and Leadership in the Middle East http://wil.insightsme.net

University of Wollongong in Dubai

Women in Educational Leadership Summit 2017 (WELS) – October 21st, Dubai: to register and find out more info go to: http://www.uowdubai.ac.ae/women-educational-leadership

Dubai Business Women’s Council:

http://www.dbwc.ae/

UAE Women’s Leadership Programme:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=4

Dubai Women Establishment Majlis:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=11

The Arab Women’s Leadership Forum:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=1

Arab Women Leadership Outlook:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=6

Women in Boards Initiative:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=9

Women Leadership Exchange Programme (UAE- Sweden):

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=10

WomenEd in Dubai

Twitter: @WomenEd_UAE

Global Women’s Forum Dubai:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=12

Global Women’s Forum Dubai:

http://dwe.gov.ae/projectdetail.aspx?id=12

Twitter: @e7banat

World Economic Forum: Global Gender Gap Report 2016

https://www.weforum.org/reports/the-global-gender-gap-report-2016

Schwab, K, 2016, ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What it Means and How to Respond’, a World Economic Forum publication

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/01/the-fourth-industrial-revolution-what-it-means-and-how-to-respond/

UN #HeforShe Initiative:

http://www.heforshe.org/en

BBC documentary “No More Boys and Girls”

https://www.youtube.com/embed/3PyQS94Pfa8)

 

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