We were joined by several speakers who were all passionate about tackling gender inequality and making the world a better place for girls.
We've picked out some tweets from the night about the amazing individuals & organisations who spoke.
Bennie Kara is a Deputy Head at Aureus School. She explained how gender norms manifest themselves in the classroom and what Aureus School is doing to tackle this.
Amazing Headteacher Alison Kriel spoke about modelling gender in schools:
Sara from Fearless Futures told us how Jesse McCabe, who participated in a Fearless Futures programme, successfully campaigned to get more female composers added to the A Level music syllabus.
WorkmATe explained how we can help girls to turn their perceived 'weaknesses' into strengths when it comes to confidence in STEM subjects.
Steph from Dauntless Daughters explained why she is on a mission to fill the world with empowering images of women in STEM.
Monique from Threads Equality Agency told us about her recent successes running feminism workshops for dads in Oxfordshire.
Year 10s and 11s from Didcot Girls' School told us how the culture of leadership in their school has helped them to grow.
Matt from Organic Man began by telling us about the bizarre gendered reaction and gendering of his family's new puppy, Monty.