KARACHI: The Women of the World (WOW) festival is again in Karachi with its 2d installment.Â
Organised by the British Council Pakistan in collaboration with TAF Foundation, PILER, Entrepreneurship and Community Development Institute and Saturday Studio, the tournament is a party of the id and achievements of women and women in view of the socioeconomic demanding situations which are confronted by them.
Panel discussions on the first day of the festival mentioned the significance of id and self- value, how embracing one’s id is the most important to growth and good fortune, and how gender stereotypes prevent us from embracing our true identities.
Speed mentoring periods have been aimed toward skilled and emotional mentoring of people. Women from other professions have been mentoring those periods together with appearing, theater, schooling, well being, social paintings, science and generation.
Renowned actor Atiqa Odho shared: “There will have to all the time be a batch of women who would spoil the glass ceiling for theater, industry and a wide variety of career. There’s a necessity for everybody to give again to the society in the hope of making new leaders and mentors.” “Speed mentoring serves a function in developing the next mentors in the nation,” she emphasized.
The auditorium used to be enjoying some energy and perception packed documentaries on the subject matters of emotional intelligence and the want to have conversations about feelings so as to cope with them.Â
On the different aspect, in the inexperienced gardens used to be a packed crowd that used to be listening closely and every now and then rolling in laughter as the narrator would vividly describe Ismat Chughtai’s paintings that has stood for innovative feminist politics and aesthetics.
Kids have been excited as they entered the library for hands-on actions aimed toward raising a socially mindful era. Fun actions stored them occupied and entertained.
The spotlight of the tournament rested on the panel dialogue titled ‘Women in Science and Technology’ the place the target audience used to be published to the first Pakistani women who studied aeronautical engineering and ended up running at Formula1 for 3 years.
Despite Karachi’s unpredictable climate and safety considerations, other folks have been flocking to the venue in massive numbers. The 2d day of the tournament will proceed on Sunday third December.