NEW DATES ANNOUNCED: The New Zealand government recently made a border announcement that means if we were to continue ahead on our current dates with the 8th IWG World Conference on Women & Sport, the border restrictions would prevent us from welcoming any speakers or participants in-person from outside New Zealand.
After extensive consultation with our stakeholders and partners, we have made the collective decision to postpone the 8th IWG World Conference on Women & Sport by 6 months, to 14-17 November 2022. The in-person event will still take place in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland and will now dovetail into the end of the Women’s Rugby World Cup, also taking place in the city during November. Continue reading
REGISTRATIONS ARE ON HOLD UNTIL WE LAUNCH IN THE NEW YEAR, 2022.
The 8th IWG World Conference on Women & Sport has been uniquely designed to provide both a virtual or a hybrid experience. The worlds’ best insights, case studies, toolkits, ideas and stories of change woven together to inspire and accelerate more change.
More than 150 members in our five global Innov8 Programming Teams have been working together to develop our content framework. The key global issues that impact gender equality in sport and physical activity have been identified and organised into five themes under the overall theme, “Change Inspires Change”.
There will be plenty of opportunities to network, participate in workshops and interact with our live global presenters and facilitators on-site and online. No matter how you choose to join us – virtual or hybrid experience – you will have access to the latest insights and tools necessary to advance gender equity in your organisation and community.
Headline speakers, panels, workshops and lightning talks.
- Curate your own virtual or hybrid 4-day experience
- Access a programme designed by 150+ international experts
- Live global presenters and facilitators, on-site and online
- Open learning framework focussed on best practice
- Interactive formats designed to inspire each other
- Networking moderated in-person and online
- Exhibitions on-site and delivered virtually
- ENG, ESP and FRA content will be available
Tickets from NZ$150 | USD$105 est.
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