TICKETS FOR THE WOMENS SUMMIT ARE NOW LIVE
The Women’s Summit is the first summit of its kind in the United Kingdom, aiming to promote sisterhood and support at the University and beyond.
A ticket gives you access to:
• A full day of talks and breakout sessions
• Three panels on different topics affecting women with high-profile speakers from all over the UK
• Attendance to two workshops of your choice in topics as varied as campaigning for the climate emergency, mental health and mindfulness in the workplace, power and identity, necessary skills for business, making politics what you want it to be, self-defense, and many more!
• Our morning coffee and lunch break
• A networking drinks reception with our speakers (all drinks are on us!)
• And many more surprises on the day...
You can get all this for ONLY £8 for members and £10 for non-members.
How do the tickets work?
When you access the website, you will see there are four types of tickets. To know which one to buy you need to take two things into consideration?
1. Are you a member of either of our three organising societies: Women for Women International, Warwick Women’s Careers, or Enactus? In that case, you can buy a members tickets. If not, you will have to buy a non-member one. (Little cheat - membership is free!)
2. You will see there is a “no donation” option, where you can opt out of £4 of your ticket. These £4, if paid, will be donated to Women for Women International and Project Baala. The Womens Summit is about supporting each other regardless of background and location. This is why we are supporting these charities, and why we would strongly advise you to get a donation ticket to support our values as much as possible!
If in doubt - here are some reasons why you should support these charities.
WOMEN FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL provides political, economic and moral support to women survivors of war. They help them rebuild their lives through a year long program that includes life skills training, rights awareness, health education, small business development and more. As of now, they have projects in nine countries all over the world.
PROJECT BAALA is an initiative that aims to raise awareness of menstruation in India, and eliminate the trade-off between education and sanitary products. They conduct workshops to educate about menstruation, menstrual hygiene practices and help reject myths and taboos.
The spaces are limited so make sure to get tickets as soon as possible!