Migrant Woman Magazine Official Launch – London, Thurs 24 July 2014



launch of “Migrant Woman” Magazine and my book “Don’t Let Your Mind Go” on Thursday 24 July, 2014 in London


The official launch of Migrant Woman Magazine and author Mirela Sula’s new book “Don’t let Your Mind Go” and is now FULLY BOOKED and we look forward to meeting may of our readers during what will be a great evening.

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“Migrant Woman” magazine is built on the idea of celebrating diversity, culture and the beauty of being a woman. Women are the promoters of innovation, the mediators of change, the transmitters of values and the beholders of love and positivity. With several magazines published for different communities, the Migrant Woman magazine is the only one that solely embraces all the voices of migrant women in the UK in one magazine, and connects with the wider world.

The launch will be marked by a lecture entitled “Migrant Women finding the Gift of Adversity” by Dr. Norman Rosenthal, author of the book “The Gift of Adversity”. This event is in partnership with Regent’s University who have kindly agreed to host it. (Located in the heart of London and the beautiful Regents Park).

The evening will commence with a private drinks reception and light buffet from 5.30pm, followed by an introduction and overview from Mirela Sula at 6.00pm.

The lecture from Dr Norman Rosenthal will be at 6.15pm, with ample time being given for an open Q&A session and discussion afterwards.

“Don’t Let Your Mind Go: Be in Charge of Your Thoughts” by Mirela Sula is available on the Amazon Book Store »


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