International Women’s Day event
To celebrate International Women’s Day Rosie Duffield and the Kent Labour Women’s Officers invite you to come together with other Labour women to be inspired and work together to get more women involved at every level of politics.
In the current political climate we believe women’s voices are more important than ever, and we’ve got some fantastic keynote speakers, training sessions and plenty of opportunities to meet other Kent Labour women to create networks of solidarity and support.
We’d like to invite Labour Women from across Kent to join us here in Canterbury for a day of training and inspiration, a chance to come together close to International Women’s Day with a view to getting more Kent women directly involved in politics.
Frances Scott, founder of 50:50 Parliament currently running the #AskHerToStand campaign with the ambition of equal representation in politics for women by petitioning Parliament to debate and take action.
Dr Laura Cashman, Programme Director for Politics and International Relations at Canterbury Christchurch University who will be speaking about why women’s voices are so important within the context of the current political climate.
Rosie Duffield MP will be speaking about her belief that if a Labour woman can be elected in Canterbury it can happen everywhere!
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