Southbank Centre Artistic Director Jude Kelly launched WOW in 2010 to mark the centenary of International Women’s Day. It quickly grew in response to an enthusiastic demand for a global network of festivals, partnering with the British Council to bring WOW to South Asia.
A puppet making activity and discussion for children aged 6-10, designed to break the gender stereotypes associated with many professions.
This workshop will address of young boys, family members, educators, and focus on the psychological skills and styles that can contribute to a healthy boyhood and egalitarian gender roles.
Speed mentoring at WOW gives the women of Karachi a once in a lifetime opportunity! Mentees can spend 15 minutes with four different mentors in the space of one hour to receive four different perspectives.
WOW Bites are short talks, readings and soapbox moments on a wide range of subjects.
The report sets out to establish how well social enterprise (SE) really does address gender inequality and women’s empowerment in Pakistan and explores the strengths and weaknesses of SE
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