The 2017 Audrey Jones Awards

E cigarettes- a new route into tobacco use? Implications for girls in Wales.
Elen de Lacey, Decipher Research Centre (Development & Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement) Cardiff University.

Welsh Women's attitudes towards a different form of cervical screening: human papilloma virus (HPV) self sampling.
Dr Denitza Williams, Division of Population Medicine, College of Biomedical &Life Sciences, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.


Annual Conference of WALES ASSEMBLY OF WOMEN 2017
Saturday 11th March 10am -3.30pm
Cardiff University School of Social Sciences
Glamorgan Building, Cathays Park, Cardiff. CF10 3WT

BREXIT really is a Women's issue!

Baroness Eluned Morgan: Will BREXIT be positive or negative for Welsh women?
Dr Rachel Minto: The future of Women's rights and gender in Europe
Julie Morgan AM: The future for women in Wales post BREXIT
Dr. Alison Parken: The position of women in Wales now and in the future

The presentations of the awards introduced by Dr Jane Salisbury

email for booking forms - info@walesassemblyofwomen.co.uk

The Wales Assembly of Women is an NGO accredited to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Our representatives have attended every major U.N. world conference for women since Nairobi in 1985 including Bejing in 1995, Beijing + Five in 2000, + Ten in 2005, + Fifteen in 2010 and every annual UN session of the Commission on the Status of Women.

Membership is open to all women in Wales who share the aims of the Association.
Membership is open also to women living elsewhere who have connections with Wales and who have affinity with and interest in life in Wales.

Wales Assembly of Women