Driven by WM Fund, industry-trusted founders, experienced experts and the global community, our comprehensive program reflects the approach, methods and experience accumulated and spreaded by our peers across our network and chapters. School participants are provided with the different opportunities and perspectives from personalized education, guiding and mentoring to options like co-producering, media coverage, funding and much more. We also provide special fellowships for underserved groups and minorities who can not afford to participate on general terms.
Development. I MatrixThe program matrix includes 4 main levels: creative development, project development, resources development and media development. Each of these areas imply specific tools, mentors (who are selected depending on the specific block) and sessions that cover the most crucial parts of your journey from "creator mindset" and skills building to resources and coverage.
Development. III ProjectsThe mission of The WelkerMedia's School is not only to support and develop creative youth, but also to increase the amount of promising projects within our network and beyond (as a part of The Warmplace 2020 Project).
WMCF School. Frequently Asked Questions
Violence against women in South Korea is increasing. A feminist group named Megalia fights for women's rights in Korea and attracts the world's attention to this problem.
Imagine you are a new-opened nonprofit organization. What to start with? Once Rachael Chong asked herself the same question, and it resulted in the largest matching platform that helps nonprofits to find volunteers.
Lately, political decisions of 'those in power' have been giving rise to a myriad of protests, marches and petitions. The Action Network is a digital organising tool behind the famous Woman’s March and the People’s Climate March.
Everyday Sexism Project was created by Laura Bates, British actress who now took the role of feminist activist and journalist. Her goal is to raise awareness on sexism in modern world and make it change.
The governmental failure to prosecute the culprist of officers murdering black community members induced large-scale uprisings in many American cities. The distinguishing mark of these protests is young Black women organizers.
“Her” is the social app for lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender women that does more than find a date – it gives a community. And it’s not just about dates, here it’s also possible to read articles and find events specific to the queer female community..
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