Join us in Reykjavik at the WPL Annual Global Summit
This month, the Women Political Leaders Annual Global Summit will convene more than 300 female political leaders from over 100 countries in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Will you be there? If so, we hope you'll join us for a breakfast reception and seminar we're hosting on Thursday 30 November.
The event will feature a discussion about practical strategies and tools that female political leaders can use for career advancement and to overcome barriers to electoral success. Specific areas covered will include:
1. Message: How to craft a message that resonates and deliver it effectively;
2. Media: Best practices for engaging the media and avoiding typical pitfalls;
3. Digital: Tools for identifying and engaging supporters, during and between elections;
4. Fundraising: Tools and tactics for effective fundraising; and
5. Support: Resources for female candidates and officeholders.
Participants will also be given the option of scheduling a one-on-one follow-up session, to provide more tailored strategic advice based on their needs.
Thursday, 30 November 2017
7:15 - 8:45 am
Location to be provided to confirmed attendees.
(14 min walk / 5 min drive to WPL Summit venue)
Breakfast will be served.
About Atalanta: Atalanta’s mission is to increase the number of women holding senior government positions worldwide and accelerate programmes that tackle the root causes of gender inequality. We support female candidates and office holders to wage effective campaigns and to build their portfolios and profiles. Learn more at www.atalanta.co
About our Founder: Eva Barboni is a political strategist who has managed campaigns across four continents. Her experience includes successful campaigns for mayoral, gubernatorial and presidential candidates, as well as candidates for the leadership of international organisations. She has also consulted on behalf of government ministers and heads of state on a wide range of issues impacting their domestic agendas and global reputations.
Please note that the event will be held in English and unfortunately translation is not available.