Join the 2023 CWR Ireland Conference: Register Now!
Dublin, Ireland – CWR Ireland is thrilled to announce that registration is now open for the 2023 CWR Ireland Conference. The event will take place on 22nd April at the Ashling Hotel in Dublin, and is open to all women religious leadership teams, communication personnel, lay and religious individuals, and anyone interested in the ministry of communication.
The conference will feature two plenary speakers who will be sure to inspire attendees. Kathleen Bryant, RSC, will deliver a talk on “Joy and Vulnerability: An Unlikely Marriage,” while Ken Gibson will speak about “Sharing Good News with Joy and Purpose.”
In addition to the plenary speakers, the conference will also feature a series of exciting workshops. Sheila Campbell, MMM, will present a workshop on blogging, while Suzanne Ryder, RSM, and Attracta Tighe, RSM, will co-present a workshop on podcasting. Finally, Ken Gibson will present a workshop on communicating in challenging times.
The full conference programme, including details about the workshops, is available on the CWR website (https://c4wr.org/cwr-ireland-2023-conference/) and attendees can register for $75 (approximately €70). Registration closes on Saturday 8th April, so act fast to secure your place at this exciting event.
If you have any questions about the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss out on this enriching opportunity to learn and grow with fellow leaders in communication. We look forward to seeing you on 22nd April!
CWR is an international network of more than 200 professional communicators, and the only organisation of its kind serving communicators for women religious. CWR members are in the United States, Canada, Australia, Italy, and Ireland. Members represent more than 140 religious congregations throughout the world. Towards the end of 2018, CWR Ireland was formally constituted as a region of CWR International and the group is working hard to develop a strategic communications framework for religious in Ireland.