Juliette Low Seminar 2012 - Spirit of Women Leading

From 12 -17 November, 44 participants and facilitators from 37 different countries are joining in learning, exploring and sharing ideas and visions under the roofs of Our Cabana.

WAGGGS’ Juliette Low Seminar is a high profile event that has been creating personal and leadership development opportunities for young women for 80 years. The seminar is held every triennium most commonly in one of the WAGGGS World Centres.

The Juliette Low Seminar´s unique programme and concepts empower young women to expand their leadership skills, learn more about WAGGGS and themselves as well as build strong friendships and a support network in process of becoming international leaders who are able to address and take action on the most relevant issues in the global society.

The theme of this Juliette Low Seminar is ¨Spirit of Women Leading¨ representing a journey of discovery, empowerment, building capacity and lifelong friendships.Quote


Juliette Low Seminar 2012 - Participants, planning team, Our Cabana Staff

Read our Daily updates from participants and get inspired!

Juliette Low Seminar´s Daily Updates:

Day 1 - November 12

Day 2 - November 13

Day 3 - November 14

Day 4 - November 15

Day 5 - November 16

Day 6 - November 17

Take a peek and soak up the happening - visit the full Photo Gallery on our Facebook Page.

Find out more about the Juliette Low Seminar, it´s concepts, alumni networks and experiences of participants in previous events in India, Switzerland and Kenya.

Your comments

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Mariia Makodzeba - 5 November 2014 - 6.26PM (GMT)

Seminar inspires great accomplishments!

Daba - 21 November 2012 - 4.25PM (GMT)

So disheartening i got my visa but the transit visa was refused ,i wept so bad missing out Jls.From the daily activities i seee a̶̲̥̅̊ future where the world of a̶̲̥̅̊ woman counts.i love jls missed u all.
Daba (Esq)from Nigeria

Kush Herat - 20 November 2012 - 2.37PM (GMT)

What a great experience it would have been. Loved reading the updates and wished I could have been there.

Manishini Ekanayake - 18 November 2012 - 2.04PM (GMT)

Hope you all had soo much of fun in Our cabana. But sadly I missed the chance to represent Sri lanka at the JLS in Mexico, as It was hard to get visas in the country. Hopefully waiting for another chance to join a summit! Wish you best of Luck Our Cabana!! heartiest wishes from Sri lanka

Patricia TAHIRINDRAY - 15 November 2012 - 12.47PM (GMT)

The theme of this JLS is really exciting! I follow the updates every day so thank you for sharing sisters :-( (
I wish you a very good and fruitful seminar!

I will be happy if the documents may also be available in the website at the end!

Margaret Treloar - 14 November 2012 - 7.06PM (GMT)

How wonderful to see all the participants gathered at Our Cabana. I am confident you will have a great experience learning and practicing new skills and making new friends from across the globe. I know you will be key players in the future of your communities and of the World Association. Best wishes to you all!

Lydia Mutare - 14 November 2012 - 6.35PM (GMT)

I read your update with much interest, what a time you will have at Our Cabana. This is a wondersful opportunity of learning,sharing and growing together. Enjoy it and have good fun. I am waiting to read the updates on coming days, keep them coming!!

Grace Eunyoung Cho - 14 November 2012 - 4.22PM (GMT)

Gees! I was there for JLS almost 9 years ago with a log of girls from all over the world. Amazing and priceless experience! Still remember every single girls for the seminars... Miss you all!!! also, All the best for participants 2012 JLS!! Cheers!!!

Jenny B - 14 November 2012 - 10.20AM (GMT)

I'm glad to hear the seminar has got off to a good start. I really enjoyed reading the first update and seeing the sunny photos. May the rest of the event continue to be a success.

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