On International Women’s Day, representatives from various sectors work together to promote equitable and accessible child care.
NEW YORK – International Women’s Day will feature a panel discussion on childcare and the importance of national, regional and local standards.
Representatives from various sectors join the roundtable to discuss the game’s lawmakers, share New York residents’ responses, and mothers return to the workforce.
Members of the panel include Karen King, director of the Advocate for Women and the Director of the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women, who said:
The discussion follows the release of the first episode of the PowHerNY series ‘Struggle for Gender Justice’.Priority map for legislative affairs of the year. These priorities include child care and the creation of a more equitable and accessible child care system in New York State.
King added that the discussion was taking place on International Women’s Day, adding: “The basis of this day is to support and fight for justice and justice. And of course, women have always been active members of the workforce. ”
The virtual event will take place on Monday, March 8 at 6 p.m., and you can sign up to join Click here.
The Eri County Women’s Status Commission, in collaboration with Buffalo and the Eri County Public Library, has also created a calendar of events for Women’s History Month. You can view all events and download a copy of the calendar over here.