The South West Women’s Manifesto – a Campaign for Political Change

Saturday, 5 April 2014

well behaved womenBrenda Weston of Taunton Labour Party was involved in the early stages of the South West Women’s Manifesto and is urging people to support the Women’s Equality Network event in Exeter on June 6th.

Brenda says “Fair Play South West is pleased to present the “Women’s Manifesto” which was launched at our 2013 AGM last June. It is based on what women and women’s organisations in the South West tell us are the key policy imperatives to ensure progress towards women’s equality – in the economy, in power, in safety and in health.”

The event will be held at the Innovation Centre, University of Exeter on Friday June 6th  from 10am till 3pm. Confirmed speakers include: Finn MacKay, Feminist Researcher, Centre for Gender and Violence Research, Bristol University;Harriet Bradley, Professor of Women’s Employment, University of the West of England; Sarah Payne, Author of Health in Women and Men, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, Bristol University; andJoanne Kaye, Regional Secretary, UNISON.

Brenda Weston
Brenda Weston: Taunton Labour Party

Brenda adds “There will be workshops and opportunities for input from delegates, both to support the content of the manifesto and for discussion on how to use it to achieve real change for women. Lunch will be provided. Attendance is free, fee for non-attendance is £10. Donations towards refreshments and Fair Play SW gratefully received on the day!”

Book online: www.southwestforum.org.uk/events

More information:www.fairplaysouthwest.org.uk

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