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Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week 2021 Challenged Misguided Perceptions for Millions

From March 8 to 14, 2021, Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week drew 30,000 attendees at 133 documented local and virtual aviation outreach events for women and girls across the world. This year, Russia, Lithuania, and Vietnam joined 49 other countries who already celebrate the Week. The Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide (iWOAW) who motivates and monitors participation during Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week recorded a significant increase in industry social media campaigns in 2021. …

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Women can help build a better air and space industry post-Covid – if we invite them

One year after Covid19 began racing across the world, wiping out lives and jobs, it might be surprising to advocate that promoting aviation and space opportunities to women and girls during Women Of Aviation Week 2021 is more important than ever. More women than men are looking for a new career path Statistics show that more women than men lost their jobs due to Covid19 – not just in the industry, everywhere. That means that …

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Pink up your community or workplace with this Covid-safe WOAW event

Bring your community physically together and build a Pink Paper Plane mosaic during #WOAW21 – a contact-free event Just because Covid restrictions limit the assembly of people in many parts of the world this year, it does not mean that your #WOAW21 event must be virtual. The Pink Paper Plane Mosaic activity is easy to organize, highly effective to raise awareness and celebrate WOAW, and a great way to hand pick “bubbles” for a free …

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iWOAW celebrates 100 years of female pilots of all races

By 1920, women had piloted all kinds of aircraft, crossed large bodies of water, flown in combat, and obtained patents for aircraft design. These women had a lot in common. They were daring, determined, resourceful and, Caucasians.  That would not last. In 1918, Tadashi Hyodo became the world’s first Asian woman to take flight training at the Tsudanuma aviation school in Japan. At the time, one minute of flight cost 2 yens or 1/20 of a …

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Women Of Aviation Week 2020 Attracts Record Numbers of Women and Girls

76,000 girls of all ages attended 316 aviation outreach events organized to celebrate the 10th annual Women Of Aviation Week, March 2-8, 2020 Launched 10 years ago to celebrate the March 8 anniversary of the world’s first female pilot licence obtained by Raymonde de Laroche in 1910, Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week (WOAW) is now widely celebrated across the globe. During the Week’s 10th edition, March 2-8, 2020, 76,000 women and girls attended 316 aviation …

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