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5 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
  • Whakawhanaunga (Launching)
    On our final day together, we will gather and continue to build connections and grow in our knowledge and understanding of Māori culture.

    Participants will learn more about Māori culture through waiata (song) and whakawhanaunga (establishing relationships). This session will continue to guide our engagement with participants and the programme on the final day!

    Hybrid session
    8:30am - 9:00am

    Participants will learn more about Māori culture through waiata (song) and whakawhanaunga (establishing relationships). This session will continue to guide our engagement with participants and the programme on the final day!

    visibility & voice

    Participants will learn more about Māori culture through waiata (song) and whakawhanaunga (establishing relationships). This session will continue to guide our engagement with participants and the programme on the final day!

9am
  • Collective Action Workshop #3
    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
    9:00am - 10:00am

    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
  • Inspiring Insights (Launching)
    This session includes a series of invitational speakers designed to stimulate and spark new ideas.

    Speakers will share to encourage fresh thinking that generates multiple perspectives and solutions to problems for women and girls in sport and physical activity. The speakers list is yet to be announced.

    Hybrid session
    10:00am - 11:00am

    Speakers will share to encourage fresh thinking that generates multiple perspectives and solutions to problems for women and girls in sport and physical activity. The speakers list is yet to be announced.

    visibility & voice

    Speakers will share to encourage fresh thinking that generates multiple perspectives and solutions to problems for women and girls in sport and physical activity. The speakers list is yet to be announced.

11am
  • Kaikorero Matamua (Launching)
    A session to anchor the day's activities with insights & practical applications to advance women and girls in sport and physical activity.

    Featured Speakers (keynotes) will generously share their experiences and knowledge that is inspiring change locally and worldwide. The speaker is yet to be announced.

    Hybrid session
    11:00am - 12:00pm

    Featured Speakers (keynotes) will generously share their experiences and knowledge that is inspiring change locally and worldwide. The speaker is yet to be announced.

    visibility & voice

    Featured Speakers (keynotes) will generously share their experiences and knowledge that is inspiring change locally and worldwide. The speaker is yet to be announced.

12pm
  • Mihi Whakamutunga (Closing Ceremony)
    A short summary and closing remarks of 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
    12:00pm - 1:00pm

    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.

Registrations now open!

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