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Jolly Christmas For Women In Business And British High Commission

The British High Commission together with the Women In Business had ended this year with a toast to their successful journey. Women in Business president Nur Bano Ali thanked the
23 Dec 2017 09:00
Jolly Christmas For Women In Business And British High Commission
From left: Mereani Naleca, Ashwita Chand and Mela Matai from RCL Services PTE Ltd. Photo: Maraia Vula

The British High Commission together with the Women In Business had ended this year with a toast to their successful journey.

Women in Business president Nur Bano Ali thanked the support of the British High Commission and looks forward to the adventures they will share in the upcoming years.

British Council New Zealand and the Pacific country director Ingrid Leary said the arts sector is pushing the boundaries, a safe space for all voices and diversity.

“The arts sector leads the way in society with fair, equitable and inclusive principles.

“There are values that Britain holds very dearly.

“We are happy to be a part of the journey for the National Centre for Contemporary Arts,” she said.

Monday was a very special day, she said, as there was a lot of talk about history being made.

For the first time, she feels the sector has become one voice and one united sector.

Realising the responsibilities that artists have, has not only helped the society but also passing on the knowledge to the future generation,  she added.

Feedback:  monica.aguilar@fijisun.com.fj



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