Programme

Four Strands

A diverse range of subjects for GWI’s 32nd triennial conference

GWI’s 32nd triennial conference is organised around three themes central to GWI’s mission: education, gender and human rights.  Deeply intertwined, these three areas affect girls’ and women’s lives around the globe.  The Conference aims to bring together all stakeholders in these broad areas of concern, to foster dialogue, plans and exchanges and place girls and women firmly at the centre of education.

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Workshops

A workshop is an interactive session – during which at least half of the allocated period is dedicated to audience participation, exchange of ideas or skills – with one or more presenters who are experts in the subject they are presenting.  It is not an academic lecture. 

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Seminars

A seminar paper is a presentation of no more than 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion) on a specific topic and it allows for a brief overview of the major points / highlights of a particular project or programme.  Four to six seminar papers with a shared focus will be grouped together as a seminar, with a seminar leader who is not a presenter.  Time is allowed for questions, answers, and sometimes debate.  

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