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Shortlists for the Women in Games Hall of Fame and Advocacy Awards and Awards Party 11 September

The Women in Games European Hall of Fame was created in 2011 to specially recognise the achievements of women in the European Games industry. Each year exceptional women are recognised at the Women in Games European Conference. Congratulations to Christina Myers, originally from Columbia and now based in the UK, Micaela Romanini from Italy, Audrey Leprince from France, Catharina Bøhler from Norway, Julie Chalmette from France and Dr Jo Twist from the UK, all shortlisted for the Women in Games European Hall of Fame. Please support and vote – maximum of 6 votes for 2 awards – you will need to register an account at
https://womeningames.awardsplatform.com/entry/vote/JAvmPXzK

Women in Games has a 10 year history of advocacy for gender equality, and through our work we encounter a wide range of advocacy organisations, which we are actively working with and keen to highlight and recognise.  Congratulations also to Autistica, GameDevForce from Stockholm, Gayming Magazine, Girls Game Lab, Women in Games France and Womenize! Games and Tech from Germany, all shortlisted for our Women in Games European Games Advocacy Awards on September 11th in London. 3 awards will be made on the night. Wish them luck!

Join the Women in Games Conference Party and Awards celebrating 10 years at the Ministry, 11 September. This year’s party and awards at The Ministry Events “White Space” 79 Borough Road, are just a short walk from the Conference which is at UAL: London College of Communication.
Women in Games are excited to hold this event as part of the conference in a stunning Victorian warehouse in the heart of Borough, London SE1 at a venue run by the Ministry of Sound, the world famous home of dance music.
Tickets to the party are included in the price of conference tickets available at  https://womeningamesconference.co.uk
A small number of tickets for this evening event can also be purchased separately.

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