The CTIF Commission for Women in Fire & Rescue goes digital during the pandemic
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In response to the novel Corona pandemic, the Commission decided to hold this meeting as an online conference on the 16th of June.
The Commission follows carefully the COVID-19-crisis and confirms the meeting and further details in the beginning of June. The contact persons remain the same.
The agenda for the meeting will follow.
Original invitation: (Please disregard irrelevant info as this meeting now is completely digital!)
Dear CTIF Colleague, I hope this e-mail finds you well.
It is my pleasure to attach, on behalf of our Chair, Mira Leinonen and the Team, an invitation to our 17th meeting of the CTIF Commission for Women in the Fire and Rescue Service which will be held in Hannover, Germany on 16-17 June 2020.
Susanne Klatt, Vice-Chair, has made arrangements for accommodation and co-location of the meeting whilst Interschutz, one of the largest fire service exhibitions in the world, is taking place from 15-20 June. To take advantage of the accommodation offered, may I request that you register as soon as possible via the link embedded in the invitation, and before 31 March 2020 as alternative accommodation will be very limited and also much further from the meeting venue.
Please don’t hesitate to contact either Susanne Klatt, Mira Leinonen, Mona Hjortzberg or myself if you have any queries. If you feel this e-mail no longer applies to you or the position you hold, please let me know by return e-mail and, if possible, suggest an alternative recipient so that I can re-direct it to someone else within your organisation and/or country and no longer clog up your inbox. I look forward to seeing you in Hannover in June.
With very best wishes, Nicola Lown
(Secretary, CTIF Women in the Fire and Rescue Service Commission) Group Commander People Services London Fire Brigade