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8 Sessions

Thursday, 17 Nov 2022

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We get ready. Today we work with others and build collective courage to head out and create change. We generate action plans to realise identified opportunities. We join practical working groups of people who have ‘found a tribe’. We establish our legacy. We launch.
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8am
  • Opening Session - Whakawhanaungatanga (Launching)
    The first session of the day starts in the Main Theatre and virtually with all participants.

    Reflect on yesterday's sessions with highlights and key takeaways from your MC Host and Social Connections team. A look ahead to the day's sessions and key announcements to get you on your way!

    Hybrid session
    8:30am - 8:50am

    Reflect on yesterday's sessions with highlights and key takeaways from your MC Host and Social Connections team. A look ahead to the day's sessions and key announcements to get you on your way!

    visibility & voice

    Reflect on yesterday's sessions with highlights and key takeaways from your MC Host and Social Connections team. A look ahead to the day's sessions and key announcements to get you on your way!

  • Collective Action Workshop
    Explore various topics of interest and connect with participants to develop individual and collective action plans.

    Designed to enable social learning, you will collaborate with participants to problem solve and create action plans that will support our global community to advance gender equality in sport and physical activity. 

    Hybrid session
    8:50am - 9:50am

    Designed to enable social learning, you will collaborate with participants to problem solve and create action plans that will support our global community to advance gender equality in sport and physical activity. 

    visibility & voice

    Designed to enable social learning, you will collaborate with participants to problem solve and create action plans that will support our global community to advance gender equality in sport and physical activity. 

10am
  • Active Lives
    Active Lives
    Inspiring Insights | He Wawata - Sport & Politics
    How do sport and politics affect or limit the enjoyment of active lives for women and girls? Can they work together, or should they be apart

    Khalida will offer some perspectives on these questions by reflecting on personal experiences as an Afghan football player and activist.

    Hybrid session
    10:05am - 11:00am
    Active Lives

    Khalida will offer some perspectives on these questions by reflecting on personal experiences as an Afghan football player and activist.

    visibility & voice

    Khalida will offer some perspectives on these questions by reflecting on personal experiences as an Afghan football player and activist.

  • Social Change
    Social Change
    Inspiring Insights | He Wawata - Clean, Green and Just: Crafting Sustainable Futures for Sport
    What would it look like if the future of sport had everything right on the sustainable development agenda?

    Madeleine will draw a connection between gender equity efforts and climate action and provide practical solutions and strategies to combat the mutual issues experienced by the pair.

    Hybrid session
    10:05am - 11:00am
    Social Change

    Madeleine will draw a connection between gender equity efforts and climate action and provide practical solutions and strategies to combat the mutual issues experienced by the pair.

    visibility & voice

    Madeleine will draw a connection between gender equity efforts and climate action and provide practical solutions and strategies to combat the mutual issues experienced by the pair.

  • High Performance
    High Performance
    Inspiring Insights | He Wawata - Future of High Performance Culture
    What does the future of high-performance culture look like for women's sport? What do we need to go there?

    Dame Katherine is the current chair of UK Sport and is one of Britain's most successful Olympians. Her experience as a world-class rower will provide valuable insight into how organisations, leaders and athletes worldwide can support female athletes in a high-performance environment.

    Hybrid session
    10:05am - 11:00am
    High Performance

    Dame Katherine is the current chair of UK Sport and is one of Britain's most successful Olympians. Her experience as a world-class rower will provide valuable insight into how organisations, leaders and athletes worldwide can support female athletes in a high-performance environment.

    visibility & voice

    Dame Katherine is the current chair of UK Sport and is one of Britain's most successful Olympians. Her experience as a world-class rower will provide valuable insight into how organisations, leaders and athletes worldwide can support female athletes in a high-performance environment.

  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    Inspiring Insights | He Wawata - "Ka Mua, Ka Muri – We Walk Backwards Into the Future A Perspective from a Young Māori & Pasifika Woman"
    Maia Mariner, the youngest speaker in IWG history, will reflect on the past to help inform and create the future she wants for young women.

    Through the lens of the whakatauki (māori proverb) - Ka Mua, Ka Muri, we walk backwards into the future - Maia will use this proverb to guide her insights on the importance of building resilience, strength and holding onto hope.

    Maia Mariner is proudly supported by PUMA

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    Hybrid session
    10:05am - 11:00am
    Visibility and Voice

    Through the lens of the whakatauki (māori proverb) - Ka Mua, Ka Muri, we walk backwards into the future - Maia will use this proverb to guide her insights on the importance of building resilience, strength and holding onto hope.

    Maia Mariner is proudly supported by PUMA

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    visibility & voice

    Through the lens of the whakatauki (māori proverb) - Ka Mua, Ka Muri, we walk backwards into the future - Maia will use this proverb to guide her insights on the importance of building resilience, strength and holding onto hope.

    Maia Mariner is proudly supported by PUMA

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11am
  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    Kaikorero Matamua - The next generation is here
    What does it look like to bring a new generation through?

    Arizona will explore what's important to rangatahi (young people) and challenge participants on what they can do to support emerging leaders and provide opportunities for them to thrive.

    Arizona Leger - the speaker is proudly supported by Puma

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    Hybrid session
    11:30am - 12:15pm
    Visibility and Voice

    Arizona will explore what's important to rangatahi (young people) and challenge participants on what they can do to support emerging leaders and provide opportunities for them to thrive.

    Arizona Leger - the speaker is proudly supported by Puma

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    visibility & voice

    Arizona will explore what's important to rangatahi (young people) and challenge participants on what they can do to support emerging leaders and provide opportunities for them to thrive.

    Arizona Leger - the speaker is proudly supported by Puma

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12pm
  • Mihi Whakamutunga (Closing Ceremony)
    The official closing of the conference including closing remarks on the journey we have embarked over the last four days.

    One of the most important traditions of the Māori culture is whaikōrero, the ceremonial speech. In our final session together, the Mihi Whakamutunga (closing remarks) will provide an overview of the journey we have taken as a collective and set the scene for IWG's Declaration and ongoing commitments to women and girls worldwide.

    Hybrid session
    12:15pm - 2:00pm

    One of the most important traditions of the Māori culture is whaikōrero, the ceremonial speech. In our final session together, the Mihi Whakamutunga (closing remarks) will provide an overview of the journey we have taken as a collective and set the scene for IWG's Declaration and ongoing commitments to women and girls worldwide.

    visibility & voice

    One of the most important traditions of the Māori culture is whaikōrero, the ceremonial speech. In our final session together, the Mihi Whakamutunga (closing remarks) will provide an overview of the journey we have taken as a collective and set the scene for IWG's Declaration and ongoing commitments to women and girls worldwide.

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