This year, Féminin Pluriel Luxembourg has the great pleasure of welcoming Hénoké Courte, a Sorbonne graduate, professor of history and geography, author of children’s books, Honorary Consul of Ethiopia,mother, politician elect and founder of Regards d’Enfants d’Éthiopia Foundation for an evening of passionnate discussions about being an Ethiopian born female fullfill her dreams and realize awesome achievements in Luxembourg.
Born in Addis Ababa, Hénoké has an audacious and inspiring life story which she will share with us during dinner at La Mirabelle on March 8th. She will tell us about the mission she has given herself to support the street children and in particular girls of her country of origin through education, health and hygiene and the importance of never giving in.
At FPL, International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on the progresses made in the implementation of cultural policies related to gender equality. Deeply focused on people and solidarity, Hénoké is the uttermost character to bring out, connect and reflect on this day.
Please make sure to register before March 4th.
Seats are limited. Friends of FPL members are welcome.
To register, please go to the link for the online invitation and reservation :
Venue at 7 PM