Your Story Matters!
Share your story at the 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies
Give hope, Empower Women & Change lives
Everyone has an inspiring story to share. What’s Your Story? WOMENSCONF 2022 wants to provide you with a unique opportunity to share your story and your wonderful life journey in your own words with a global audience of women, girls, academia, activists, scholars and journalists. We invite you to submit your powerful original story and leave your impact by connecting with people and sharing stories of your life experiences.
The themes of stories may include but are not limited to:
- Breakthroughs and successes in your life
- Gender Discrimination
- Challenging Male Dominance
- Consciousness-raising on women’s issues
- Gender and communication
- Gender and Sexual Diversity
- Childhood, youth and Adolescence Challenges
- Adventures of your Life
- Gender Equality and Educational Systems
- Career, Employment and work-life balance
- Violence, Bullying, Gender Violence
- Women Empowerment and Social Change
- Family, Childbirth, Motherhood stories
- Hope, Anxiety, trauma, Confidence, psychological tensions
- Social justice
- Women’s vulnerabilities
Which genres are accepted?
- Short Story
- Short Video files/ clips
- Music, Poetry, Short Drama
SOLEDAD Documentary Screening
Followed by a Q&A with Director, Lisa Molomot
SOLEDAD tells the story of a woman from Central America who fled gang violence and torture to seek asylum in the U.S., only to find herself imprisoned at the Eloy Detention Center. Soledad and a team of women join forces to win her asylum case.
Ms. Lisa Molomot
Documentary Filmmaker and Educator, USA
Lisa Molomot has produced and directed documentaries about the American Southwest in recent years including The Cleaners, Missing in Brooks County and Soledad. She has also focused on stories about education. Her hugely popular film School’s Out has been an integral part of the movement for providing outdoor education for young children, and her recent short film Teaching in Arizona is an inside look at the teaching crisis in that state. Lisa teaches documentary filmmaking in the Human Rights Practice Program and the Undergraduate Law Major at the University of Arizona.