We jumped at the chance to support UNESCO’s recent conference on girls’ education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, otherwise known as STEM. Almost 350 delegates from 70 countries came together in Bangkok to ‘Crack the code in girls’ education in STEM’, to learn and share ways to get more girls into STEM and into these ‘jobs of the future’.
The UNESCO ‘machine’ had the conference itself in hand but needed support communicating it, to build anticipation amongst the delegates, as well as advocate more broadly online for women in STEM. We took inspiration from the incredible women around the world, doing ground-breaking work in their fields.
We supported UNESCO by delivering:
- Social media campaign
- Social props at the event
- Live scribing of 30+ sessions
- Animated video to open the conference
- Wrap-up video