Tea & (In­ter­cul­tur­al) talk

Tea & Dis­cus­sion with Pro­ject "KuGel - Kul­tur­sen­si­ble Ge­sun­d­heit­s­lot­sen Leip­zig" 
Speak­ers from KuGel-Pro­ject in­form about dif­fer­ent health-re­lated top­ics in dif­fer­ent lan­guages. In­ter­ested women learn abouth health and where they can find coun­selling and sup­port re­gard­ing health ques­tions, as well as how the ger­man health care sys­tem works

Wed, Mar 25, 2020 I 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wed, June 24, 2020 I 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Book launch Far­z­ana.The woman who saved an em­pire.
Far­z­ana began her life as a power­less girl in the Mughal era (1526 to 1858 in the north In­di­an Indus Ganges plains around the cit­ies of Delhi, Agra and Lahore). At the end of her life, she had be­come the lead­er of an im­press­ive army. In Julia Keay's novel, her story is told vividly - in the power struggle between the im­per­i­al ex­pan­sion of the East India Com­pany and a fluc­tu­at­ing Mughal em­pire strug­gling to main­tain its status as a rul­ing power. Far­z­ana is one of the most re­mark­able and least known his­tor­ic­al women of Asia in the 19th cen­tury. 

Fri, May 8, 2020 I 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Islam­ic women in sci­ence:
A short foray through his­tory based on short bio­graph­ies e.g. Fatima of Mad­rid, the An­dalus­i­an as­tro­nomer born 980 AD. BC in Cor­doba or Dalia Moga­hed, born in 1974. For a whole gen­er­a­tion of young Muslim women, the qual­i­fied chem­ist with a mas­ter's de­gree in op­er­a­tion­al sci­ence is a role model. Today she works as a re­search dir­ect­or at the In­sti­tute for So­cial Policy and Under­stand­ing in Wash­ing­ton, DC.

Fri, June 5, 2020 I 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.