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Women of the World
Global movement of festivals celebrating women and girls, and looking at obstacles they face. London in March, global all year round. Founded by
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Women of the World 21h
Our Founder is one of 's '50 Londoners who make the city awesome' today! 💥💥💥
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Women of the World Sep 17
Nominations are now open for the Women on the Move Awards, which will be at WOW London 2019! Please do nominate brilliant migrant and refugee women and their champions to honour at
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Women of the World Sep 15
Brilliant ideas ✨ from our final 2019 Thinkin: South Asian feminism, mentoring and networking for women entrepreneurs, Rupi Kaur, emotional labour, what is ‘good sex’, women in detention, how will Brexit affect women, the generational divide, mothers and sons💥
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Monica Karpinski Sep 15
At a think-in with a room of brilliant women to help plan next year’s fest. Bring on Saturday afternoon ⚡️
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Women of the World Sep 14
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Women of the World Sep 14
Thoughts from the 2nd 2019 Thinkin: sex robots, raising grievances at work, reproductive health, increased representation of Asian women, women’s rites of passage, women & DIY, anti upskirting campaign, architecture & city design for women, the ladies💥
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Migrants Organise Sep 14
Our CEO at - "migrant women were not being recognised and so we decided to do something to change that!" Nominate for here:
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Migrants Organise Sep 14
We're excited to be at today's think-in for the 2019 WOW-Women of the World festival, of which our Women on the Move Awards is part!
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WOW Festival Bradford Sep 13
Well done Morocco 🇲🇦
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Women of the World Sep 13
We'd love to hear from you! Could you please email wowthinkin@southbankcentre.co.uk? Thanks 💥
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Women of the World Sep 12
Some of the ideas from our 1st 2019 Thinkin: mental health, raising our daughters + sons without internalised , celebrating Deaf entrepreneurs, women + ‘bitchiness’, dating + race, apprenticeships for women in male dominated industries, inviting !💥
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Women of the World Sep 10
Don't forget our WOW London 2019 Thinkins this week ! Our session on Wed 12 Sept is now fully booked, but places still available on Fri 14 September at 3pm and Sat 15 September at 2pm. Sign up and get involved in 2019 at 💥
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RIBA Sep 7
Just announced: Sir David Adjaye will chair the 2018 Jury comprised of , Alex de Rijke of , former Artistic Director and 's Kathrin Hersel. Meet them here:
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BBC Breaking News Sep 5
Gay sex is no longer a crime in India after a historic verdict by the Supreme Court
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Women of the World Sep 5
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Natasha Sep 4
is back! And my guest is founder We spoke about love as a catalyst for change, the similarities between vocational and romantic love, the joys of falling in love later in life and so much more. Subscribe here:
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LAUREN Sep 5
Picked this up at A K Bell library yesterday and OMG I'M OVERWHELMED WITH EMOTIONS I CAN'T WAIT TO ATTEND THIS FESTIVAL AND I'M SO GLAD IT'S A THING 🙌❤ you ladies are awesome
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WOW Exeter Sep 3
Our full programme is out and tickets are on sale now! WOW Exeter is taking place on 13th and 14th October at & . Tickets and full programme available here >>
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Women of the World Aug 30
Replying to @AlixFox @WOWExeter
😭 we love you ❤️❤️❤️
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Women of the World Aug 28
Don't forget to sign up for the WOW London 2019 Thinkins ! Spaces are going fast: Wed 12 September 6:30pm ( interpreted) Fri 14 September 3pm Sat 15 September 2pm Sign up here: 💥
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