Tree Planting Webinar – 23 January 2021 @ 14.30-15.30 – Centenary Committee
The hugely successful Tree Planting Webinar on 21 November 2021 was recorded, and if you could not attend watch it on YouTube—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PnLl7-vyXU.
The date of the next webinar is 23 January 2021 at 14.30 – 15.30 (GMT). The speaker will be John Tucker, Director of Woodland Creation & Outreach, Woodland Trust. He is a Chartered forester with 30 years forestry and arboriculture experience and will be sharing his passion for all things trees.
- The link to the meeting is https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/359081429
- See the flyer for the event
SI Pune Metro East – 11th Charter Anniversary – 29 January 2021 @ 12.00 noon (GMT)
(17.30 Indian Standard Time)
SI PUNE METRO EAST is inviting you to a Zoom meeting. Topic: SI Pune Metro East :11th Charter Anniversary celebration webinar: THE MIRACULOUS MORINGA.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 826 7970 0136
SI Bangalore – Talk by recipient of the Children’s Climate Prize 2020 – 5th February 2021 @ 11.30-12.30 am (GMT)
(17.00-18.00 Indian Standard Time)
SI Banglore is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting with Vinisha Umashankar, recipient of the Children’s Climate Prize 2020 awarded by Children’s Climate Foundation, Sweden for her innovation – Solar Ironing Cart.* Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 822 1440 0662
You can read more about Vinisha Umashankar in the flyer below:
Audio Drama A Bloody Shambles – runs until 22 February 2021. Tickets cost £4
A Bloody Shambles, a new audio drama by Ella Dorman-Gajic (daughter of a Soroptimist) as part of the Living Record Festival, a month long digital festival sponsored by the Arts Council and reviewed by the Guardian. It is a short play of about 20 minutes created during lock-down highlighting period poverty and homelessness.
“Not for the squeamish, A Bloody Shambles by Ella Doman-Gajic is an impassioned broadside against period poverty.” – The Guardian Stage.
Think you’ve been in a sticky situation? Think again.
Today, Jess has woken up with a familiar feeling between her thighs, in a bed she barely recognises. At the last of her money, she tries to find a way out… without making too much mess. Told through intimate, visceral audio, her journey sharply brings to light issues of period poverty and taboos about menstruation. A poignant, gripping story that is undeniably human. “Recommended” by The Guardian Stage.
40% of ticket sales will go to Bloody Good Period, a charity combatting period poverty.
SI Europe, Open Heart – Open Door
Are you looking for Soroptimist contacts worldwide?
Then sign up and participate in the Exchange Program Open Heart – Open Door, an initiative of SI Europe.
This exchange program established in 1995 by Heidrun Konrad , president of SI of Europe 2003-2005 has proved to be successful. Today Soroptimists from all over the world are involved in this program.