Themes and Call for Speakers Women's Conference 2023


Presentation Opportunities at World Conference on Gender and Women’s Studies

Have you completed an academic research project that you’d like to present to an engaged audience of peers? Perhaps you’d like to share a case study from your professional experience in the private or non-profit sector? GWSCONF is the ideal platform to do just that. Showcase your knowledge, receive feedback, start discussions, and inspire others.

call for speakers women's conference 2023

Why Present at GWSCONF

Spark a dialogue and help others uncover new perspectives

Advance your career

Whether you are in academia, non-profit, research, government, or private sectors, presenting at prestigious events boosts your profile and expands career opportunities.

Get published

Academic papers will get a chance to be published in relevant indexed journals, which further increases the reach of your research and strengthens your visibility in the field.

Pick the presentation format

Make an oral presentation in the lecture hall of the venue or a poster presentation in the networking area. Can’t join in-person? Apply to be a virtual speaker.

Women's Conference Topics

Themes – Call for Speakers for Women’s Conference 2023

GWSCONF 2023 aims to maximize the knowledge takeaways for all attendees by accepting presentation submissions on a wide range of themes. Speaker applicants must demonstrate a deep understanding of the selected subject and report original content that was not previously presented or published at a different conference, training, or trade show.

The themes and topics include:

  • Activist Art
  • Challenging Male Dominance
  • Climate crisis and Environmental activism
  • Consciousness-raising
  • Cyber Feminisms—Blogs, Zines, and Reproductive Rights
  • Disabled women
  • Economic developments and the legal system
  • Equity and equality
  • Family history
  • Family policies
  • Feminism and decolonial praxis
  • Feminism and Nationalism
  • Feminist pedagogy and writing
  • Feminist theory
  • Gender and communication
  • Gender and Intersectionality
  • Gender and Migration
  • Gender and Sexual Diversity
  • Gender Equality and Educational Systems
  • Gender equality policies
  • Gendered and Sexual Diversities
  • Gendering the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Globalization
  • Humanities relating to women and to gender
  • Implementation of gender equality
  • Implementing law
  • Inheritance rights
  • Intersectionality
  • Law and accountability
  • Laws and Policies
  • Legal remedies
  • Materialism
  • Men as allies in the struggle
  • Motherhood and Work-Life Balance
  • Nation-building
  • Popular and Folk cultures
  • Resocialization of Men
  • Social justice
  • Socialization of boys
  • Standpoint theory
  • Toxic Masculinity
  • Trafficking and Prostitution
  • Transgender Rights and Sexual Diversity
  • Transnational feminist theory
  • Women and Islamic Sharia
  • Women and Religion
  • Women Empowerment and Social Change
  • Women in Politics and Public Administration
  • Women, Climate Change and Inequality
  • Women, Media and Technology
  • Women’s history
  • Women’s Human rights
  • Women’s human rights
  • Women’s Spirituality and Religion
  • Women’s Success Stories
  • Women’s vulnerabilities

Don’t think your speaker application fits into any of the themes above? Is your paper on a related theme? Submit your request anyways as the event committee may accommodate additional themes.

Meet the Event Committee

Each presentation submission for the World Conference on Gender and Women’s Studies undergoes a thorough evaluation by the committee of experts.

Dr. Abeer Dababneh
Associate Professor, Center for Women’s Studies, University of Jordan
Prof. JosAnn Cutajar
Associate Professor of Gender and Sexualities, Faculty for Social Wellbeing, University of Malta, Malta
Prof. Eileen Drew

Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland & HIT Programme Member (Women and Leadership), Zurich University, Switzerland

Dr. Nalini Moodley Diar
Faculty of the Arts, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
Dr. Molly O’Donnell
James Madison University, United States
Dr. Merav Moshe- Grodofsky
School of Social Work, Sapir College, Israel
Prof. Heba Mansour
Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Dr. Ly Quyet Tien
Becamex Business School, Eastern International University, Vietnam

How to Apply

To apply to speaker at the World Conference on Gender and Women’s Studies, fill out the application below. Upon receiving your application, the event committee will evaluate the proposed presentation based on a range of criteria, including originality, subject depth, and relevance. You will be notified of the status of your application once the committee reaches a decision. In some instances, the committee will ask an applicant to make adjustments in order to grant the speaking confirmation. If that’s the case, you will be given detailed instructions and deadlines on submitting the revised application.

  • "The Scientific Committee reserves the right to decide the final type of presentation"
  • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 2 MB.
  • All authors who send their manuscripts to the World Conference on Gender and Women's Studies and whose articles are published on the conference proceedings retain full copyright of their articles. All the research works published in the gwsconf Conference Proceedings are meeting the Open Access Publishing requirements and can be freely accessed, shared, modified, distributed and used in educational, commercial and non-commercial purposes under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0).
    Authors grant gwsconf a license to publish their article and identify gwsconf as the original publisher. They also grant any third party the right to use, distribute, and reproduce the article in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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Our Mission

Women’s Conference 2023 is a three-day event. However, our mission goes beyond the three days. This is a launching pad for facilitating a dialogue that cuts across geographical and sector boundaries. GWSCONF is a place for bright minds in the fields of academia, business, and non-profit and government sectors to meet, listen to the one-of-a-kind perspectives, re-evaluate own assumptions, apply methodologies and frameworks to own work, get inspired, and stay connected long after the event is over.
Knowledge exchange is at the heart of everything we do.

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