By Leyman Publications
Women Aspire” organization has organized its first ever youth Empowerment seminar which will be held on the 27th of October at St. Thomas, GMCVO Centre, Ardwick Green North, M12 6FZ in Manchester from 1pm to 5pm.
The objective of the Empowerment seminar is to raise aspirations of the youth in Manchester. The topics on the day are as follows; power of choice, developing a winning mindset, dealing with challenges like bullying, body image and identity and Handling money effectively.
The Youth will also have the opportunity of listening to a paediatric Consultant Dr Aubrey Makhalira, a chemical engineer Mr Kaluwa and a recently law graduate Faith Kachitsa.
There is a perception that the education system in the UK is not fair thus children from the poorest backgrounds are being left behind. Income felines how well children do at school (Teach first).
Women Aspire organization strongly believe that children’s achievement in life should not be determined by their socio-economic background.
Every child has a right to pursue their ambitions and we believe by providing access and exposure to a broader curriculum that includes out of classroom experience is one way of tackling this education inequality.
Women Aspire’s objectives is to serve, impact, teach, build, motivate, prepare, embrace, empower and encourage women. This will be implemented through workshops, conferences, seminars and afternoon tea & table talks. Although its name suggests that it will will only women but the plan is to cater for all men and the youth in other words the organisation will be very inclusive in its delivery.
Areas of operations will include; mental/ physical/emotional/ physical health, marriage issues, relationships in general, education, career advancement, girl empowerment, business, children/ parenting and finance management. Most women in the UK have no avenues where such issues as outlined are addressed, therefore this organisation has been formed at the right time to help them.