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Welcome to #WomenEd Hungary

We are @WomenEdHUN
Check out our blogs and events, and get in touch with the network leaders in your region.

Latest Hungary Blogs

05 May 2023
General Blogs
By Chloe Burns   Following the theme of being 10% Braver, for our second event, #WomenEd Hungary wanted to provide some insight into how educators can advocate for themselves during difficult times. We reached out to the Hungary Helsinki Committ...
15 March 2023
General Blogs
By Charlotte Ward     @misscharteach "I went to the event not really knowing what to expect, but I came out with the satisfactory feeling of time well spent. I met interesting people and felt inspired."  #WomenEd Hungary Launch Ev...

Latest Hungary Events

#WomenEd Hungary: #IWD2024 #InvestInWomen Walk and Talk

Date: 09.03.2024 10:00 - 12:00
Calendar: Hungary

#WomenEd Hungary: Unconference 2024

Date: 27.04.2024 09:30 - 15:30
Calendar: Hungary

Network Leaders

Charlotte Ward

Charlotte Ward

Network Leader

Humanities teacher. Globe trotter. Feminist. Wellbeing warrior. Proud founding member of #WomenEd Czech. Excited to be setting up a branch in Hungary!

Lisa Gillespie

Lisa Gillespie

Network Leader

Versatile leader. Language school director. Canadian born. Determined to take action and help build an inclusive community that encourages women from around the world to be #10%braver!
 

Meg Hickman

Meg Hickman

Network Leader
Educational leader. Primary teacher. Linguistics and literature obsessed. At home in Canada and Hungary. Prioritizing equality and equity in education for students and staff!
Moldir Pocstar

Moldir Pocstar

Network Leader

Moldir, aka Mona. Passionate researcher, lifelong learner, teacher. PhD Candidate in Education and Psychology. Research areas focus on organizational management, leadership and gender in education. Fluent in Russian, Kazakh, English, not shabby in Hungarian either. Joined #WomenEd because I believe that you need to treat people how you want to be treated.

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