Úterý, 08. Prosinec 2020, Online, Life as a candidate standing for political office
About this Event
Join The Parliament Project and partners to explore what it takes to stand as a political candidate: we'll look at hustings, campaigning, feeling confident online, fundraising and self care as well as what election day is like, and the days following it.
A zoom link to access the session will be sent to you in the days leading up to the webinar. You may be interested in other webinars in this series. Check them out on our website here.
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Equal Power is a ground-breaking campaign to transform women’s representation at every level of politics. It’s time for Equal Power: equal representation for women in all our diversity. This three-year campaign, run by a coalition of women’s and civil society organisations, is funded by Comic Relief. We will track the journeys of aspiring leaders to office and the barriers and discrimination they still ****.
The Parliament Project is a non-partisan project to inspire, empower and encourage women to run for political office in the UK. Focusing on practical, hands-on training and support, we run workshops and webinars to demystify the process for women wanting to get involved in politics and online peer support circles to support women's political ambitions more deeply.