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Call for facilitators for young women’s engagement workshop

[Brussels, 26 June 2019] We are looking for facilitators to prepare and facilitate a workshop on EWL’s engagement with young women, taking place from 8 to 11 November 2019 in Brussels.

Over the last four years, EWL has been hosting a yearly summer school for young women, the AGORA, gathering feminists aged 18 to 30 from across Europe to discuss and explore feminism together and learn from each other. After four editions of the AGORA and as EWL enters a new phase of its European-wide strategy, this year EWL will be hosting a four-day workshop to reflect on EWL’s young women’s engagement strategy. The timing for the workshop aligns with the review of EWL’s 2016-2010 Strategic Framework which we are currently carrying out, as well as the planning for our next Strategy post 2020.

The objective of the workshops is to review EWL’s engagement with young women so far and put forward suggestions for the ways in which the EWL can collectively and strategically work with and for young women, now and in the future. The workshop aims to be a space for thinking and devising ideas for EWL’s young women’s engagement strategy to support EWL’s mission of representing the diversity of the women’s movement across Europe.

We are now looking for a team of facilitators to prepare and facilitate the EWL workshop.

Call for facilitators

For all the information about the workshop, please download the full call for facilitators here.

Tasks to be conducted by the facilitators or organisation

  1. Prepare initial content structure for the 4-day workshop with clear objectives of sessions and methodology, as well as suggestions and input for the preparation phase for participants, in collaboration with the EWL (Secretariat staff and members via the EWL Executive Committee).
  2. Reviewing plans with EWL on a regular basis.
  3. Provide advice to participants who will facilitate different parts of the workshop.
  4. Facilitate the whole workshop from 8 November (starting at 15h) to 11 November (ending at 14h) in Brussels.
  5. Preparing a report on outputs from the workshop, with key ideas and recommendations in collaboration with participants and EWL.
  6. Carrying out an evaluation of the workshop, including tips on hosting such workshops.

Profile of the facilitators/organisations

  • Experience in facilitating groups of women following feminist principles.
  • Strong knowledge and practice of feminist and women groups facilitation
  • Experience of open facilitation methods such as Art of Hosting, Open Space etc.
  • Demonstrable commitment to equality between women and men and women’s rights.
  • Alignment to EWL’s vision, mission and values, and understanding of EWL’s set up.
  • Knowledge and understanding of history and different schools of thought within feminism, (e.g. intersectional feminism, radical feminism, liberal feminism, feminism developed by Latina, Arab or African women, etc.)
  • Knowledge and experience of intergenerational dialogue and engagement with young women and girls.
  • Experience in facilitating groups to devise ideas for action and strategies.
  • Experience of conflict management and supporting safe spaces.
  • Excellent analytical skills, communication and advocacy skills.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability.
  • Excellent spoken and written English; other languages are an asset.

How to apply

Any interested parties must submit a proposal of no more than 3 pages, answering questions listed in the call for facilitators, and send this to the EWL via email at, with the CVs of the key persons involved in delivering the work.

Deadline for applications: 15 July 2019 by 23h00 CET/Brussels time

Total budget for the facilitation team’s work will not exceed 8,000 euros including VAT in total.

Please read the call for applications for further details. Any questions, you can email Stephanie Yates at

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