Daily News Egypt announced that it will hold a seminar in cooperation with the Tahrir Lounge initiative of the Goethe Institut at its headquarters in Downtown Cairo at 6:00 pm.
The seminar will host leading female role models who have left a mark in women leadership history in various fields, including writer and journalist Farida El Nakash; Sakina Fouad, adviser to former interim president Adly Mansour for women’s affairs; and Mozn Hassan, founder and executive director of Nazra for Feminist Studies.
The seminar will discuss the concept of women’s leadership, the elements of successful leadership, and how women can overcome challenges they face in the workplace.
It also aims to shed light on mechanisms to support women’s strong participation in social and economic life, and how to enhance a positive image of women’s role in society.
The speakers will share with other women their successful stories to encourage them to overcome the challenges that they face, to work together to renounce violence against women, and to make them sure that, one day history, will record their success stories and achievements in various fields.
It is worth noting that this event is part of the campaign “This is me, by you I am stronger” that kicked off on 8 March and will last for three months, aiming to raise awareness of women in the workplace and the challenges they face and to shed light on successful female role models who overcame difficulties and challenges that they encountered at work, becoming a source of inspiration for other women in different fields.