5th March 2019
You can make a big difference for women in workplaces around the world, by:
Going to Westminster on Tuesday 5th March to lobby your MP in Parliament as part of our exciting day of action, OR
heading down to your MP’s constituency office for a meeting, in the run-up to International Women’s Day (Friday 8th March)
At the meeting you’ll ask your MP to publicly pledge to end workplace harassment in 2019. This commitment by MPs will put pressure on the government to take action and call #TimesUp on workplace harassment.
For more information and to sign up please go here
Celebrate with LDW on the 2nd November
Join us on the 2nd November 2018 for an exclusive evening of celebration at the National Liberal Club in the historic Lady Violet Room, the décor of which celebrates the achievements of Liberal women. In this glamorous setting we will be celebrating 100 years since the start of women's suffrage and the changes still to come.
Reminder - artwork deadline 29th September
It's heading towards that festive time of year again which means that LibDem Women will soon be hosting our Annual General Meeting. In order to support Sarah Olney, PPC for Richmond, we will be having our AGM in Richmond followed by a spot of canvassing to assist her in the run to the Richmond by-election on the 1st of December. Please click on this tab to find out more about our upcoming AGM.
VENUE CHANGE FOR LIBDEM WOMEN DRINKS' RECEPTION
Please note that our fringe reception which was presently scheduled to take place at the Hop Poles will now take place at the Robin Hood, 1-3 Norfolk Place, City Centre, Brighton, BN1 2PF.
Nonetheless, our drinks reception will still continue to take place from 6-8pm on Sunday 18 September.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Join us: FRINGE EVENT AT CONFERENCE
Join Liberal Democrat Women as we discuss the future of LDW’s
Manifesto in the face of a post-Brexit society.
When: 13:00 – 14:00, Sunday 18th September 2016
Where: Sandringham, Hilton Metropole
Light refreshments will be provided. Everybody welcome.
Speakers: Baroness Meral Hussein-Ece, Spokesperson on equality in the Lords; Amna Ahmad, PPC for Sutton and Cheam; Daisy Cooper, PPC for St Albans and Layla Moran, PPC for Oxford West and Abingdon.
We are delighted to invite you to a panel event this Friday 17th June, entitled Women in Europe: Opportunity, Equality and Prosperity, where Shirley Williams, Bianca Jagger and Inga Beale will lead a discussion on why women are better off with Britain in Europe.
Come and meet our exec and President, Baroness Lindsay Northover as well as our long-standing members and supporters
It's the final stretch and one last push could secure a 50:50 gender balance in Parliament on May 7th. We need you more than ever the next few days as the clock is ticking but there is still plenty more you can do to help.