Are you passionate about making a change when it comes to fighting gender inequality and challenging bias judgement? Do you want to hear the experts’ opinion about these important issues? And would you like to know what you can do to support gender equality and empowerment worldwide?
Come to learn and discuss with us!
My team – United Nations Youth Associations of Denmark (UNYA) Equality is happy to invite you to the “Gender Equality: Why does it matter?” event with the cooperation of UN Women, NOVA and UNYA Denmark.
Our guest speakers are the Director of UN Women Nordic Office Asger Ryhl, and Managing Director of NOVA 100 Denmark Christian B. Korshøj tackling the gender bias challenges on a global scale.
16.30: Doors open for participants
16.30-17.30: Participants arrive through the security check at UN city
17.30-18.00: Director of UN Women Nordic Office Asger Ryhl about gender equality
18.00-18.15: Q&A session with Asger
18.15-18.45: Christian Bech Korshøj on the Business Perspective of Anti-discrimination
18.45-19.00: Q&A session and end of event
The event takes place at the UN City – Auditorium 2.
There are 120 available seats. The ticket price is 23 dkk (incl. fees) and can only be purchased online.
We will serve light snacks at the event. Buy tickets here: http://www.billetfix.dk/en/gender-equality-why-it-matters-with-asger-ryhl-and-diis/
Please note you have to buy a ticket, in order to be part of the list of participants at the UN city’s security. Your name on the ticket registration has to match the name on your ID. Remember to bring a valid ID with picture at the event (or your access will be denied). Thank you!
Please be aware that, in order to ensure smooth security checks, the doors will open at 16.30 and we kindly ask all participants to show up by latest 17.15.
Doors close at 17.30, when the presentations start.
The tickets can be purchased until the 25th of January, and are non-refundable in case you are not able to attend.
We are looking forward to seeing you on the 26 January!
UNYA Equality team