DNE, Tahrir Lounge to hold ‘Fe­male Lead­ers’ sem­i­nar on 26 March

Event will dis­cuss women’s lead­er­ship, el­e­ments of suc­cess­ful lead­er­ship, how women can over­come chal­lenges in work­places

The Daily News Egypt - - Women -

Daily News Egypt an­nounced that it will hold a sem­i­nar in co­op­er­a­tion with theTahrir Lounge ini­tia­tive of the Goethe In­sti­tut at its head­quar­ters in Down­town Cairo at 6:00 pm.

The sem­i­nar will host lead­ing fe­male role mod­els who have left a mark in women lead­er­ship his­tory in var­i­ous fields, in­clud­ing writer and jour­nal­ist Farida El Nakash; Sak­ina Fouad, ad­viser to for­mer in­terim pres­i­dent Adly Mansour for women’s af­fairs;and Mozn Has­san, founder and ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Nazra for Fem­i­nist Stud­ies.

The sem­i­nar will dis­cuss the con­cept of women’s lead­er­ship, the el­e­ments of suc­cess­ful lead­er­ship, and how women can over­come chal­lenges they face in the work­place.

It also aims to shed light on mech­a­nisms to sup­port women’s strong par­tic­i­pa­tion in so­cial and eco­nomic life, and how to en­hance a pos­i­tive im­age of women’s role in so­ci­ety.

The speak­ers will share with other women their suc­cess­ful sto­ries to en­cour­age them to over­come the chal­lenges that they face, to work to­gether to re­nounce vi­o­lence against women, and to make them sure that, one day his­tory, will record their suc­cess sto­ries and achievements in var­i­ous fields.

It is worth not­ing that this event is part of the cam­paign “This is me, by you I am stronger” that kicked off on 8 March and will last for three months, aim­ing to raise aware­ness of women in the work­place and the chal­lenges they face and to shed light on suc­cess­ful fe­male role mod­els who over­came dif­fi­cul­ties and chal­lenges that they en­coun­tered at work, be­com­ing a source of in­spi­ra­tion for other women in dif­fer­ent fields.

The sem­i­nar will host lead­ing fe­male role mod­els who have left a mark in women lead­er­ship his­tory

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