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Event Recap: Wonderful Website Workshop for Women

February 29, 2016
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On February 13, a beautiful, spring-like Saturday, a group of women from various backgrounds and industries gathered to learn more about websites: why have one, how to go about making one and how to maintain one. All the women in the room were there for different reasons — wanting to start a blog, create a website…

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Collaborative Event Recap: ISS International Symposium

February 18, 2016
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By Petra Trudell, FEW Co-Director for Public Relations & Communications On Tuesday, February 16, representatives of FEW attended “An Intergenerational Panel Discussion with Women Pioneers of DRR: Diversity and Risk Governance,” an international symposium from the Institute of Social Science at the University of Tokyo. Held on the university’s Hongo Campus, in Fukutake Hall, the…

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October 2015 FEW Workshop Recap: “Finding Your Authentic Voice: Telling Your Story Using Timeline, Technology and Talk”

October 23, 2015
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October 2015 FEW Workshop Recap : “Finding Your Authentic Voice: Telling Your Story Using Timeline, Technology and Talk” with Sarah Furuya Recap by Saya Matsumoto, FEW Member On Monday, October 12, FEW was pleased to welcome trainer, facilitator and coach, Sarah Furuya, to lead a workshop entitled “Finding Your Authentic Voice: Telling Your Story Using…

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June 2015 FEW Workshop Recap: Unlock the Power of Design

June 30, 2015
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FEW Workshop, June 30th Facilitator: Melanie Rayment, Design Strategist and FEW Member Recap by Helen Lewis On a rainy Tuesday evening 17 attendees learned about the concepts and practices used by designers with Melanie Rayment. Despite our different backgrounds – education, services, and NGO’s, we were all curious about design. Melanie began by encouraging us…

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