Lord Mayor of Dublin visits Griffith College City Centre to celebrate International Women’s Day 2020

Lord Mayor of Dublin at Griffith College City Centre

Griffith College City Centre celebrates International Women's Day 2020. 

An equal world is an enabled world.  Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day.

We can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements.

Collectively, each one of us can help create a gender-equal world.

Let's all be #EachforEqual.

Three dynamic speakers shared their vision for creating a more equal and interesting world in a mini-seminar format. The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Tom Brabazon, opened this event. 

The Lord Mayor said of the event: “I am delighted to present the opening address at Griffith College City Centre’s celebration of International Women’s Day. In keeping with the theme for 2020 #EachforEqual, professional qualifications are key to creating a balanced workplace and a gender-equal world."

The Speakers

  • Nadia Ramoutar presented ''Stepping into your Power by Refusing to be a Stereotype".  Being your own person and making things happen in your life can be a challenge if you listen to other people or social expectations. Don't let other people limit you or underestimate you because of your gender or their limited view of the world. Nadia shared some tips for pivoting into your power.
  • Jillian Godsil spoke about the importance of being resilient and how to embrace a second chance to be equal. Jill is a successful businesswoman and media personality who knows what it is like to have to claim what is yours. She is a champion of the underdog and has proved that will focus, persistence and hard work you can re-invent yourself to maximise your potential in life. 
  • Marian Shanley explored embracing the feminine power and connection with one's truth. She reminded us about the importance of self-care and inner wealth in our bodies and minds.  She shared how once we are happy with ourselves, equality stops being an issue because we know our own truth. We can learn skills and practice with tools that will empower us to step fully into our best selves.
Lord Mayor of Dublin at Griffith College City Centre