WOW (Women of the World) Australia has unveiled its highly anticipated 2022 program, with a series of bold, entertaining and conversation-provoking events set to take place in Longreach, Cairns, Logan and Brisbane from March in partnership with the Queensland Government.
Following the postponement of elements of this year’s regional event series, Queensland communities will have the opportunity to hear from WOW Australia patrons The Hon. Quentin Bryce and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner June Oscar AO, among the many leading First Nations and social change-makers joining local women in conversations, workshops and performances. Each event will feature music, comedy or fashion, alongside conversations aimed at driving cultural and creative dialogue, debate and celebration, while the ever-popular WOW Speed Mentoring will return alongside WOW Bites – short talks, readings and soapbox moments on a range of subjects designed to inspire, engage and introduce new ideas.
The WOW movement is one of the largest across the globe, highlighting and finding solutions to gender discrimination and enabling women and girls to create tangible change in their own lives and for their communities.
WOW Australia 2022
- WOW Longreach (4, 5 & 6 March 2022), Longreach Civic and Cultural Centre
- WOW Cairns (6 & 7 May 2022), Bulmba-ja Arts Centre
- WOW Logan (15 & 16 July 2022), Logan Entertainment Centre
- WOW Brisbane – a series of events with partners to be announced
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