WEPstock Programme - Women's Equality

WEPstock Programme

WEPstock Programme

The Women's Equality Party are bringing you #WEPstock - a digital feminist festival to bring together inspirational women from across the UK. The festival will aim to connect feminists from across the UK and encourage attendees to build and develop their own communities. 


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Wednesday 1st September 

Intro to WEPstock


A welcome from Mandu Reid

Mandu Reid

'Women in the Picture'

13:00 - 14:00

A workshop all about women, art and the power of looking, with author Catherine McCormack.

Catherine McCormack

5x15 - Why Community Matters

17:00 - 18:00

5 activists and organisers deliver powerful speeches about what community, or a lack of it, means to them.

Host: Christine Dean

Alphonsine Kabagabo - Women for Refugee Women

Niki Gibbs - Holloway Women's Centre

Eliza Hatch - Cheer Up Luv


Thursday 2nd September 

Ways to Win: Elections


5 minute video about the different ways you can win as a campaigner


Pass The Mic: Self Organising Spaces

11:30 - 12:30

3 simultaneous self-organised sessions brought to you by members of the Women's Equality Party



Pro European Pro The World in the 2020s

WEP in Wales

Are we ready for Fourth Wave Feminism?

Drop the Imposter Syndrome - how to start calling BS on self-doubt

13:00 - 14:00

In this interactive workshop we'll explore the experience of Imposter Syndrome. How and why does it affect us? We'll propose a new definition, which supports personal growth and share techniques to stop it hijacking your success.

Rachel Rowland

Branch events

17:00 onwards

Meet feminists in your area! get in touch with your local branch to find out if they're putting on a local event

Your local branch

Branch Call In & Speed Networking

18:00 - 19:00

Group speed networking. The opportunity to listen, learn and connect with feminists from across the UK

Priya Brown - The Women's Equality Party

Meet The Changemakers

19:30 - 20:30

Powerful changemakers talk about how they created and ran incredible feminist campaigns. This session focuses on the powerful #EndTamponTax campaign and how you can build a campaign yourself, giving an insight into what the WEP Academy will support activists to do in the future. 

 Jenn Selby 

Laura Coryton


Friday 1st September

Ways to Win: Campaigns


5 minute video about the different ways you can win as a campaigner.


Pass The Mic: Self Organising Spaces

11:30 - 12:30

2 simultaneous self-organised sessions brought to you by members of the Women's Equality Party

Gaming The System - Feminism through a gaming lens


WEP Disability Caucus session

Community for Community's Sake

13:00 - 14:00

Storytime: How do you talk about feminism with your friends and family? Get some tips about talking about equality with people you know and love.

Catherine Riley - Primadonna Podcast & Festival 

Shona Abhyankar - Primadonna Podcast

What's Next? Rebuild, reclaim, resist

17:00 - 18:00

How can communities help women rebuild their lives / make change / help others

Host: Tabitha Morton - The Women's Equality Party

Lizzy Dening - Journalist and Founder of Survivor Stories 

Deborah Francis White - The Guilty Feminist

Baljit Banga - Imkaan

Polly Harrar - The Sharan Project

Mandu Reid - The Women's Equality Party

Open Mic

20:00 - 21:00

A "couch to 5k for confidence". Members are given two minute slots to find their voice and tell you about an issue that all feminists should care about.

Be prepared to laugh, cry and rage with fellow members.

Host: Chris Paouros   


Saturday 4th September 

Ways to Win: Collaborations


5 minute video about the different ways you can win as a campaigner.


The state of our community

13:00 - 14:00

Mandu Reid, leader of the Women's Equality Party, delivers her headline speech about the state of the feminist community, and what we need do next to heal and move forward

Mandu Reid - Leader of the Women's Equality Party

Sandi Toksvig's Comedy Quiz

18:00 - 19:30 

Join Sandi Toksvig and friends for an interactive feminist quiz that you can play along with at home - expect to laugh along from your living room

Sandi Toksvig

Susie Ruffell 

Sofie Hagen

Ava Vidal


Does this sound like something you'd be interested in? Buy your ticket now to reserve your place! 


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