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BCCT MULTI-CHAMBERS HR EVENING PRESENTATION: Gender Equality – Lessons from the frontline
May 8, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
BCCT in collaboration with EABC, Franco and Swedish Chambers of Commerce invites you to attend the HR Evening Presentation on Gender Equality – Lessons From the Frontline.
Date: Wednesday 8 May 2019
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Venue: Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse
6.30 Registration and Networking
8.00 Questions & Answers
8.30 Networking & Close
Cost: THB1,000 for members. THB1,500 for non-members. Price includes cocktail food, soft drinks, beer and wine. Pre-registration is required. No walk-ins.
Cancellation policy: Reservations not cancelled within 2 business days of the event will be charged and invoiced as no-shows.
Cindy Sirinya Bishop is a Super Model, Actress, TV Host and Activist who is possibly best known for her role as the host of Asia’s Next Top Model. Cindy is involved in many social causes, widely reported in local and international media.
Sexual assault and gender-based violence is a reality that 1 in 3 women in the world have to deal with, yet it remains a topic shrouded in shame, kept secret or talked about in hushed voices for fear of further discrimination and punishment. Cindy will talk about her journey as the founder of Dont Tell Me How To Dress, a social movement aimed to create awareness and change social norms around the issue of sexual assault and to reduce gender-based violence in Southeast Asia.
Helen Suwannawongse is a Chartered Fellow of CIPD, an NLP Master Practitioner, Cultural Awareness Speaker, and a passionate people person in every sense of the word. Helen works with the Oxfam team in Asia as Regional HR & OD Manager, and Global Head of Learning and Organization Development Shared Service.
Helen is an advocate for Gender Justice and strives to propel organizational results through strategic human resources and culture building initiatives and will be speaking about gender equality, diversity and inclusion in Oxfam, and initiatives to promote a culture, free from exploitation, harm and abuse.
BIG thanks to our generous sponsors
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Parent Company: Page Group
Michael Page Thailand is based in Bangkok and is currently covering hiring for 7 disciplines, including Engineering & Manufacturing, Finance & Accounting, Digital, Human Resources, Marketing, Procurement & Supply Chain and Sales.
Wellington College is renowned as a progressive school with a strong international perspective. Our family of schools currently compromise four schools in the UK and four in China. In 2018, Wellington College International School Bangkok opened its Early Years and Junior School to children age 2-11 and the upcoming Senior School will take students through to Year 13. Our students, parents and staff enjoy numerous benefits as part of the Wellington Community, including opportunities for exchanges, cultural trips and extraordinary collaborative learning, as well as membership in the Wellington Connect global network.