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Women of the World Kathmandu 2018

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WOW- Women of the World- is a global movement of festivals and the people who make them. It is a festival of talks, debates, performances, activism, workshops, food, music, exhibitions, mentoring and more. WOW festivals are high-profile, mainstream platforms to celebrate women and girls, and look at the obstacles they face across the world. They are a place where hundreds of women’s stories can be shared, feelings vented, minds influenced and fun had. Each WOW is for everyone, bold and broad-based in approach, lively and serious, bringing together of people from all corners of society. WOW launched in 2011 at London’s Southbank Centre and was founded by Jude Kelly CBE, The Centre’s Artistic Director. The WOW movement is growing, and is now in over 15 cities across 5 continents. In partnership with British Council several South Asian editions of the Festival has been held in Karachi, Pakistan, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Kathmandu, Nepal and soon in Bangladesh. The global WOW movement is growing at a time when female voices have become immensely powerful as a force for positive change - and they need platforms and to be connected so they can debate the questions and make new solutions together, including on how men and boys can make gender equality their priority. WOWKTM’s second edition will be such a platform. * Entry: FREE / open to all WOWKTM 2018 will feature: - 5 Moderated Panel Discussions - Interactive and Educational Workshops - Mentoring from Leading Women Proffessionals - Bites or soapbox moments, on a very wide range of subjects - WOW Market full of individually selected stalls. - Musical Concert featuring celebrated female artists and bands - Pop-up Performances to help visitors immerse in the Festival experience and - Exhibitions showcasing stories of women About the Organizers British Council is the world’s leading cultural relations organisation and creates opportunities for people in the UK and worldwide to understand each other, to work together and learn from one another. We see this as crucial to building secure, more prosperous and sustainable futures for us all. We build trust and understanding between different countries and cultures and develop strong international links that are of benefit to people in Britain and the rest of the world. We call this work – cultural relations. The British Council works with curatorial and event partners to create relevant content and outreach activities for Women of the World Festival. Southbank Centre is a world-famous arts centre on the South Bank of the Thames. Created in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, Southbank Centre draws on its heritage as a festival site, with art and activities inside and outside. Southbank Centre encourages everyone to become involved in the arts in new and creative ways and passionately believes the arts have the power to transform lives. #wowktm #wowsouthasia For more information visit: www.britishcouncil.org.np/wowktm/ For queries please email: nischal.oli@britishcouncil.org.np

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WOW- Women of the World- is a global movement of festivals and the people who make them. It is a festival of talks, debates, performances, activism, workshops, food, music, exhibitions, mentoring and more. WOW festivals are high-profile, mainstream platforms to celebrate women and girls, and look at the obstacles they face across the world. They are a place where hundreds of women’s stories can be shared, feelings vented, minds influenced and fun had. Each WOW is for everyone, bold and broad-based in approach, lively and serious, bringing together of people from all corners of society. WOW launched in 2011 at London’s Southbank Centre and was founded by Jude Kelly CBE, The Centre’s Artistic Director. The WOW movement is growing, and is now in over 15 cities across 5 continents. In partnership with British Council several South Asian editions of the Festival has been held in Karachi, Pakistan, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Kathmandu, Nepal and soon in Bangladesh. The global WOW movement is growing at a time when female voices have become immensely powerful as a force for positive change - and they need platforms and to be connected so they can debate the questions and make new solutions together, including on how men and boys can make gender equality their priority. WOWKTM’s second edition will be such a platform. * Entry: FREE / open to all WOWKTM 2018 will feature: - 5 Moderated Panel Discussions - Interactive and Educational Workshops - Mentoring from Leading Women Proffessionals - Bites or soapbox moments, on a very wide range of subjects - WOW Market full of individually selected stalls. - Musical Concert featuring celebrated female artists and bands - Pop-up Performances to help visitors immerse in the Festival experience and - Exhibitions showcasing stories of women About the Organizers British Council is the world’s leading cultural relations organisation and creates opportunities for people in the UK and worldwide to understand each other, to work together and learn from one another. We see this as crucial to building secure, more prosperous and sustainable futures for us all. We build trust and understanding between different countries and cultures and develop strong international links that are of benefit to people in Britain and the rest of the world. We call this work – cultural relations. The British Council works with curatorial and event partners to create relevant content and outreach activities for Women of the World Festival. Southbank Centre is a world-famous arts centre on the South Bank of the Thames. Created in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, Southbank Centre draws on its heritage as a festival site, with art and activities inside and outside. Southbank Centre encourages everyone to become involved in the arts in new and creative ways and passionately believes the arts have the power to transform lives. #wowktm #wowsouthasia For more information visit: www.britishcouncil.org.np/wowktm/ For queries please email: nischal.oli@britishcouncil.org.np

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