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June 13th - August 7th
Group exhibition featuring works of Othello De'Souza-Hartley, Nú Barreto, Othello De'Souza-Hartley, Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude, Wycliffe Mundopa, Neill Wright.
Opening Reception: June 17th. 1200-2100.
Unit 2, La Gare, 51 Surrey Row, London SE1 0BZ
Natalie Nzeyimana will be joining a panel at Tech Night LDN is a mini-conference packed with talks, workshops and networking for students and recent graduates who are curious about technology. Expect an evening of inspiration and motivation.
"We believe that in order to truly make strides towards achieving diversity in tech, we need to include all genders and different races in the conversation. Even if you’re new to technology, or are really passionate about it, join us!"
Natalie Nzeyimana will be celebrating International Women's Day at HERA (Her Equality Rights & Autonomy) with a panel of women who have broken barriers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine, Military, Finance and the IT sector.
The panel will be moderated by Moderated by Professor G. Anand Anandalingam, Dean of Imperial College Business School.
HERA provides entrepreneurship training, professional mentoring and grants to women survivors of human trafficking, violence and exploitation.
To date, HERA has provided entrepreneurship training and professional mentoring to 360 women survivors of human trafficking, violence and exploitation. Through the International Grants Competition, HERA has awarded 132 grants to female-owned small businesses totalling more than £70,000 and creating employment for 500 young women at risk in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus.