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Women in Sport Conference 2019

November 13 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Our annual gathering to highlight and explore the role of Women in Irish Sport will take place in Dublin on Wednesday morning, November 13th.

It promises, as ever, in this its sixth year to be a lively morning looking at a number of important issues and learning from campaigns that will come to life this year in Ireland and across Europe.

Coming along will mean you are part of the debate, part of the future of Women in Sport.

All the tickets for this event have now been snapped up.

There is a waitlist in operation if you would like to add your name just in case any become available at the last minute.

Register for the Waitlist here. 

If you cannot join us on the day we will be using the hashtag #SfBWomenInSport to capture thoughts and images from the event.

Here is our running order for the day

0800: Arrival of Guests

0900: Welcome Comments

0910: CEO Panel featuring Sarah Keane, President of the Olympic Federation of Ireland and CEO of Swim Ireland, Anne O’Leary, CEO of Vodafone Ireland, and Sinéad Heraty, CEO of the Irish Ladies Golf Union who has been central to bringing the Men’s and Women’s Games together.

0945: Knowledge Burst RTE on Audience Insight

0950: No Limbs, No Limits – Keynote interview with Joanne O’Riordan

1020: Knowledge Burst: #We Play Conference

1025: Coffee Break

1055: Knowledge Burst: Liberty Insurance on the Camogie All-Stars

1100: A Way Towards Full Equality – We are joined by Cliona O’Leary and Declan McBennet of RTÉ Sport to look at how broadcast media can play its full part in creating equality, and take a look at a model of how this has been brought to life in Sweden with Hakan Wikstrom, Head of Sports news at STV.

1135: Knowledge Burst: Lidl Ireland on Ladies Football

1140: Keynote Interview Nora Stapleton Women in Sport Lead at Sport Ireland joined by Sarah Colgan of Along Came a Spider on where 20X20 is heading next.

1220: Knowledge Burst: Conor Meaney and Gráinne Murphy, Ireland’s representatives on the International Olympic Committee supported New Leaders Sport Leadership Education Programm

1225: The Player Perspective with World Champion Kellie Harrington, Olympian and Sports Psychologist Jessie Barr and Captain of the Irish Women’s Hockey Team, Katie Mullan.

1300: Launch of 50 Women of Influence in Irish Sport

1305: Light Lunch and networking

Details

Date:
November 13
Time:
8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Venue

RTE, Montrose, Dublin 4
Ireland

Organizer

Sport for Business