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Going Global: #WomenEd's first online unconference.


by #WomenEd Global Strategic Leaders @WomenEd


Tickets are now available for our 1st global online unconference! 4 sessions between 2nd October to 4th October mean we can cover our 4 campaigns and time zones for all of our 30 networks!  We are confirming contributors as we type and, if we couldnt fit you in, we are asking you to record a video which will be on our YouTube channel and which will be played from the dates of the unconference. we want to make this as inclusive as possible and to show the wonderful community to which we all belong. 

Tickets can be booked here: 



Our first global unconference offers our #WomenEd community the opportunity to connect and collaborate across all our networks. Across one weekend and four sessions, we'll explore our four campaigns and agree ways forward to bring about change.

Programme structure times subject to change.

Session 1

Friday 2 October 19:30-21:30 BST

Session 2

Saturday 3 October 10:00-14:00 BST

Session 3

Saturday 3 October 14:00-18:00 BST

Session 4

Sunday 4th October 10:00-13:20 BST


We are confirming speakers and will add programme details as soon as we can. Confirmed contributors don’t need to pay for a ticket! We will sort your tickets out separately.


Tickets are priced at £10 and this ticket gives you access to all webinars and panel discussions across the whole weekend so you can select when you join in as much or as little as you like!

Refunds will be offered up to September 2nd 2020 as long as you arrange any refunds yourself through Eventbrite using your e-ticket.

Please also consider a donation to #WomenEd. Such donations and ticket funds help us to cover the costs of our social media activity, our website, zoom, google suite, newsletters for which we are very grateful.


We cant wait to see you! Jules, Keziah, Liz, Vivienne xxxx


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