I Have A Right Foundation (IHARF) will host another edition of the Girl Talk Series on Friday 30th, June at the Girlhood Lounge in Wesley.
Valarie Honore, founder of IHARF says that the series aim to “inspire girls to dream big, believe in themselves and connect with other girls and women locally, regionally and internationally who continue to break barriers and lead change.”
This Friday, a group of 4 Women in Archeology [Dr. Diane Wallman, Kia Taylor, Marie Meranda and Claire Allen] will share with participants on a variety of topics including their career path in Archeology, their current Archeology project in Dominica, goal setting, and US educational opportunities in that field. This session will be followed by fun and games as girls connect and socialize with each other in a positive way.
This is the third edition of the Girl Talk Series.
More about I Have a Right Foundation.
I Have a Right Foundation (IHARF), is a Rights-Based Non-Profit Organization focused on promoting and advancing the rights of Children, Girls and Youth in rural Dominica.
Our innovative and creative leadership programs train girls and youth on leadership, life skills, advocacy, critical thinking, and entrepreneurial skills, promoting an enabling environment for them to organize, participate, and take-action as active agents for change within their schools and communities.
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