International Women’s Day: ‘”Women – Life, Struggle and Offer” – Kissamos 8th March

The Municipality of Kissamos and the Public Benefit Enterprise of the Municipality of Kissamos invite you to the this event
on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 at 18.00 in the event hall of Kissamos City Hall.
Free entrance.
Programme:
18:00 PART ONE
• Greeting and introduction of the President of the Public Benefit Enterprise of the Municipality of Kissamos, Mrs. Xirouchaki Alkistis.
• “Dimensions of Gender-Based Violence:The Experience of the Women’s Hostel of the Municipality of Chania.” Speech by the staff of the Hostel.
• “We make a Voice out of our Body”. Dance event by the Cultural Association ¨The Art of Dance¨.
• “You are not alone. We are by your side “. Reference to the role of the police by the Commander of  Kissamos Police, Mr. Hatzi Christos.
• “Woman 50-50?” Report on Gender Equality by the President of the Municipal Equality Committee of the Municipality of Kissamos, Mrs. Kourtaki Dimitra.
• “Good practices for the promotion of Gender Equality”.
Presentation of the actions of the Kissamos Community Center by the social worker and coordinator of the Center, Mrs. Pefkianaki Chrissi.
PART TWO
19:00
• Award of an honorary plaque to the Association of Ladies and Gentlemen of Kastelli “Social Welfare” for their long-standing social contribution in our country.
• Traditional dances by the women dance groups of the Cultural Association “O Gigenis” and the Dance Association “I KISSAMOS”. The music group of Giannis Menegakis also participates.
• Music program dedicated to the women by Virginia Dokaki (vocals) and Andreas Salmanis  (piano).
Editing – Presentation: Alkisti Xirouchaki
Texts: Fotini Segredaki
Organization: Public Benefit Enterprise of the Municipality of Kissamos
Admission only for vaccinated and/or recovered people and self-tested children.
Source: Municipality of KissamosBildschirmfoto 2022-03-03 um 21.46.15

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