How to use impact storytelling events to fast track a gender-equitable pandemic recovery
The pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities that adversely affect women & girls all over the globe, forcing a shift in priorities and funding across public and private sectors. We MUST find a way to accelerate awareness and action so that we can stop the backsliding of progress made towards the achievement of gender equality.
How? Use impact movie activation events centered around impact storytelling to help fast track a gender-equitable pandemic recovery.
As part of the 2021 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) event, the National Federation of Business & Professional Women’s Clubs (NFBPWC) will host a virtual screening of the award-winning film Pioneers in Skirts – a film where viewers can see their role in the solution, feel hopeful, and are motivated to act.
This LIVE movie screening will be followed by an interactive panel discussion.
Join the filmmakers and esteemed panelists for a post-screening impact discussion on how to use events like this one to advance women & girls’ status around the globe. The virtual panel will discuss how to use stories coupled with experiential events (online and in-person) to influence empathy, bring awareness to solutions, and fast track progress towards the achievement of gender equality.
BONUS! To accommodate schedules, an on-demand streaming of the film Pioneers in Skirts will also be available one week prior to the event.
Registration and participation details will be released soon.