Connect and Celebrate Inclusion: Breaking Boundaries

Connect and Celebrate Inclusion: Breaking Boundaries

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Mark your calendars for an inspiring evening of connections, empowerment, and inclusivity as we celebrate International Women's Day 2024!

This year's official IWD campaign theme, #InspireInclusion, will encourage us to inspire others to understand and value women's inclusion. Together we can forge a better world, where women of all backgrounds can thrive.

Hear from our remarkable speakers as they share their boundary-breaking career journeys and passionate insights on building a more inclusive world that will leave you feeling inspired. There will be an opportunity to chat, network and celebrate womanhood in a beautiful Aberdeen venue with cocktail or mocktail and canapes served on arrival. 

Whether you're looking to be inspired, build networks, or simply celebrate the women who make a difference, this event is for you. Don't miss out, reserve your spot today!


Professor Mirela DelibegovicProfessor in Diabetes Physiology and Director of Aberdeen Cardiovascular and Diabetes Centre, University of Aberdeen


Dr Lucky Saraswat, Honorary Senior Lecturer at University of Aberdeen, Consultant Gynaecologist and Minimal access surgeon at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Lead for the Aberdeen Endometriosis Centre

Caroline Laurenson, Award-winning entrepreneur Founder and Managing Director of TL Tech Smart Home Solutions

Hossa Skandary-Macpherson, Trustee, Aberdeen Multicultural Centre, Founder of Ertebot, a social enterprise aimed at promoting engagement in the Afghan diaspora and Student of Politics, International Relations and French at the University of Aberdeen


Tickets - Standard £20 / Student £17 (plus booking fee)

Tickets for this event are purchased via our TicketSource page, please use the booking link below. 

To view speaker profiles and find out more about other International Women's Day events please vist here.

Hosted by
Professor Mirela Delibegovic
Union Kirk, 333 Union St, Aberdeen AB11 6BS