State of Women's Health Report - Third Sector briefing

Still places and two weeks to go before the briefing and workshop focusing on the State of Women's Health in Leeds report - booked you place to attend yet?

State of Women's Health in Leeds Report - Third Sector event Thursday 28th November 10.00am – 1.00pm LEEDS CIVIC HALL  

This Third Sector briefing is free and open to anyone working within the Third Sector in Leeds, Commissioners of services for women and girls and interested partners. It will focus on the State of Women's Health in Leeds Report that was launched on International Women's Day earlier this year.  

In Partnership with Leeds City Council, Leeds Public Health, Leeds Becketts University and Third Sector Leeds, the Leeds Women and Girls Hub are hosting a briefing followed by a workshop for Third Sector organisations in Leeds, that will focus on the State of Women's Health in Leeds Report that was launched on International Women's Day earlier this year.

The briefing will focus on the content of the report, go into more detail about its findings and will provide the opportunity to see how the voices of women have helped shaped the report supported by third sector case studies. The briefing will cover the recommendations, which in turn will help to shape the content of the following workshop, where attendees will be given the opportunity to have discussions with colleagues to consider what it means for them in their own organisations, how they could take ownership of this report and will provide thinking space in how they could implement the recommendations, or use the data and detail provided to enable the development of services for women and girls across the city.

The report authors will be present, who will be available to take questions as part of the briefing, along with opportunity to visit a marketplace consisting of Women’s Lives Leeds partners over refreshments and lunch. This half day briefing and workshop is for Leeds based Third Sector organisations and Commissioners/Funders/Partners as the Women and Girls Hubs see this as an opportunity for the cities leaders to hear the voices of the third sector and to hear their views of the report and what they are considering to do. The workshop will consist of round table conversations. Please follow the link to book your place: https://bit.ly/2kqttHJ