On Rebel Girls: A discussion about stories that change the world - Εικόνα

Where are all the important women in history? Did they ever exist? Why did it take so many books about important women for us to learn their stories? And where did it all begin? On Sunday, April 2, Elena Favilli, author of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, talks with Stella Kasdagli, author of 30 Women Who Changed the World, about female role models, girl empowerment, gender equality and how books can really change the world.

Elena Favilli is a New York Times bestselling author, journalist, and media entrepreneur. She’s the founder and Chief Creative Officer of Rebel Girls and serves on the board leading all impact initiatives. With Rebel Girls, Elena Favilli has won 4 Webby Awards for the podcast "Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls" and one Apple Design Award with the app "Rebel Girls". Her books have been translated into 50 languages. Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls is available in Greek by Psichogios Publications.

Stella Kasdagli is a writer, a gender expert and the co-founder of Women On Top, a non-profit organisation in Greece for the professional development of women and for gender equality in the public sphere. Within 11 years, Women on Top has managed to become the most experienced organization in Greece regarding women’s professional empowerment and, in 2020, it became the first non profit organization participating in the National Council for Gender Equality, while also taking part in key policy consultations with major stakeholders from state institutions and industry leaders. Stella is also a published author, a translator, a book club enthusiast and the facilitator of impactful workshops on professional development, gender issues and social change. She previously studied French Literature in Athens, Greece, and Media Studies in London, and has worked for 10+ years as a women’s magazine and online editor. She is an IVLP alumna and the recipient of the Social Impact UK Alumni Award. She has published eight books for the empowerment of girls, women and teens, and she lives in Athens with her husband and two daughters.

The event will be offered with simultaneous interpretation from and into the English language, as well as interpretation into the Greek Sign Language.  

Sunday 02/04, 11.00 


For Festival Pass holders, with online preregistration

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Booking information

1.    Admission to this event requires a Festival Pass.

2.    The purchase of the Festival Pass offers access to WOW Festival events, except for the following, for which a separate ticket is required (Information on the page of each event): WOW Sounds: Nubya Garcia, Artist Talk: Guerrilla Girls, Lucy Kirkwood, Maryland.

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Important information:

  • Doors open at 10.00.
  • We suggest that you be at the location no later than 30 minutes before the commencement of the event.
  • Entrance will be possible up to 10 minutes before the event's commencement.
  • Pre-sale is required. No order of priority will be available on-site.
  • Age recommendation: For ages 6+.
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See also

Monday 03/04, 18:30

Artist Talk: Guerrilla Girls


Saturday 01/04, 21:00

MARYLAND by Lucy Kirkwood