The team of the research project W@ARCH.PT was in Brighton on the 24th and 25th of June 2019 to participate in the IV Symposium on Architecture and Gender – Fielding Architecture: Feminist Practices for a Decolonised Pedagogy. The organization was in charge of Catalina Mejía Moreno (University of Brighton) and Emma Cheatle (University of Sheffield). This event enabled both the presentation of the research project at the international level and in the context of gender studies in architecture, as well as the debate and focus on the issues of education and the Academy. It also allowed to strengthen and expand the international network of researchers in this field: we met again María Novas (Galician architect and researcher) and Nuría Alvarez Lombardero (Spanish architect, teacher and researcher) and, with great joy and admiration, we met the Australian architects Naomi Stead and Justine Clarck, from the project Parlour: Women, Equity, Architecture.