The speakers are:
Tina Miedtank is a postdoc researcher for the European Commission-funded EQUAL4EUROPE research project at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Before joining RSM, she spent two years as a postdoc fellow at the Institute of Management at the Université de Neuchâtel, in Switzerland and has worked for UNESCO in Nepal developing projects to empower Nepalese women and girls. Tina wants to share her experience how the topic of gender has become important in her career.
Amber van Workum
Amber van Workum is a third year IBA student in Rotterdam. Amber organizes the Train the Trainers conferences in the National Trainers Team of AIESEC. While growing up, she was physically and emotionally abused, and consequently has struggled with her mental health for years. But at the same time, these experiences have also shaped her into the person she is today. She realized that by sharing her experiences, she can actually help others as well. So, for this International Women’s Day Program, Amber will talk about domestic violence to raise awareness for this issue, which has been increasing due to the current pandemic as well.
Moderation: Giulia Brezovar
Content Manager for the National Trainers Team of AIESEC
Date: Monday 8 March
Time: 20.00 – 21.30
Location: Online via Zoom
Entrance: Free, but reservation is necessary (only for EUR students and EUR employees).
Organised by Studium Generale in cooperation with AIESEC and Extraordinary Life.
AIESEC is a global organization run by students for students in 127 countries! This gives us the opportunity to offer international exchanges all over the world enabling students to develop professionally whilst forging personal growth.
Extraordinary Life is a community centered around personal development and meaningful engagement that aims to connect inspiring people and provide a safe space for everyone to be themselves.