Migrant Woman Magazine Launch

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We have had hugely positive and complimentary feedback and comments, which is greatly appreciated. Just one example as follows:
Thank you for the invitation to the launch and for letting me be a part of your project. I thoroughly enjoyed the launch yesterday evening: it was well attended & very professionally carried out A feather in your and your team’s cap. Keep it up.

Best wishes

Catherine Maclay – Platt & Associates Ltd

 

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A special mention goes to our esteemed guest speaker – Dr Norman Rosenthal and his enlightening presentation on ‘Migrant Women Finding the Gift of Adversity’. Norman was the inspiration for this launch event and is owed a huge thank you for that.

It was such a fantastic setting in Regent’s University, both inside and outside (our grateful thanks to them for everything) and the weather was perfect. Many stayed until 8.30pm and there was a lot of good social conversation and introductions taking place. We have seen wonderful pictures of those who visited the beautiful Regent’s Park and the cafe afterwards.

Migrant Woman Magazine Launch Photos:

You can see more photos on Facebook »

We can now see that Migrant Woman is more than a magazine. It is the beginning of building a growing community of shared interests, aspirations and making useful connections.  We had such a variety of nationalities attending and it was interesting to note that many describe themselves as British and their country of origin. Not only that but you absolutely looked the part of aspirational and successful migrant people representing high level positions, CEOs, directors, business owners, artists, doctors, psychologists, as some examples. We were also graced with the presence of the Mayor of Barking & Dagenham Council and the Albanian Ambassador.

A good number were also magazine contributors, as writers, or in an interview. And nationalities / mother countries included Chile, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Asian, Albania, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Spain, and France.

You can see the latest links, pictures, recorded highlights and the interviews om Migrant Woman Magazine’s Facebook page »

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At the time of writing, we have 967 likes on our Migrant Woman Facebook page and would love to get over the 1,000 milestone in the next day or two. If you have not liked us yet – please do so and encourage others to do so through your own social networks. Your help in spreading the word and expanding the interest will be very helpful and much appreciated.

Finally, a huge thank you to the wonderful team at Migrant Woman magazine and the volunteers, and to Regent’s University, who all played a vital role in helping the launch event to be such a big success.

Looking forward to the next event later this year. (More news soon).

Mirela Sula

Editor in Chief – Migrant Woman Magazine

 

 

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