1012 CR Amsterdam
Live streaming on shemakes Facebook and YouTube channels, as well as TCBL Facebook. Open and free to all.
10 - 11:30 CET / Keynotes
Introduction by Frédérique Thureau / CEDECS-TCBL, and Isabel Berentzen / Waag.
Mariangela Lavanga / Erasmus University Rotterdam
Feminism in action: post covid gender challenges in the Textile and Clothing industry
What is the role of women and their influence on transparency, environment and social sustainability in the textile and clothing industry? What gender challenges do rise especially in the post covid era? Associate Professor Mariangela Lavanga (Erasmus University Rotterdam) will address these questions and also introduce a new research project that aims at defining feminist fashion in theory and practice with a specific focus on the Netherlands. While on one hand, fashion has been long used as a tool for socio-political change and considered as a feminist issue, on the other hand, there is little (empirical) research done on the role of women, activism, feminism and fashion in shifting towards more inclusive prosperity
Bill Macbeth / Textile Centre of Excellence
Let's get real: sound strategies for innovation in the T&C sector
Shemakes advisor Bill Macbeth speaks about how we can address the barriers to diversity and gender equality across our sector, those that limit our ability to embrace sustainability.
Becky Earley / Centre for Circular Design
We know why but how? Methods and tools to support collaborative ecosystems
We can clearly see the pressing need for greater equity, justice and balance for planet and people. Women and girls are protesting on the streets - from Iran to Stockholm - in a bid to be heard. We can do so much if we work together; change becomes more possible as we empower each other through words and actions. Yet it is not easy to build and then maintain new opportunity ecosystems. It demands new ways of working, new sources of energy, different kinds of resources. In this talk, Professor Becky Earley shares insights from the ecosystem of Centre for Circular Design - from small scale internal projects to large consortia - positioned within frameworks of co-design, complex collaboration and compassion.
11:30 - 12:30 / RESULTS
Presentations on: shemakes ecosystem outcomes and next steps / Emerging findings on shemakes social impact / Fostering equity in innovation.
Speakers: Frédérique Thureau / CEDECS-TCBL, Cecilia Raspanti / Waag, Kerstin Junge / Tavistock Institute, Ista Boszhard / Waag
14 - 16 CET / Conversations
Small group conversations about shemakes activities regarding STEM Skills, Business Skills, Community building & the Lab Model applied to Wool. Each group will be composed of partners, transfer labs and ambassadors, and will be moderated by Alexandra Korey / Flod.
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|Lab to Lab Projects||
|Innovation Path & Business Engagement||
Local activity (Reserved for attendees)
Workshop / visit for attendees in Amsterdam (sold out)
If you'd like to join in person in Amsterdam, there is limited space available at Waag; please contact us.