Our Q&A session is now on YouTube!

On the 23rd of July we held a Q&A session with Ed Davey and Layla Moran, hosted by Emma Kennedy, and it was a big success. Many have been asking us if it would be available online, and now it is. Click below for the link:

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Quiz Ed Davey and Layla Moran on what they would do for women as Lib Dem leader

We are delighted to be holding a Q&A with Lib Dem leadership candidates Ed Davey and Layla Moran on Thursday 23 July. 

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Government's planned 'single sex space bill' based on a dangerous myth - our statement

Liberal Democrat Women strongly reject the apparent proposals which would restrict the ability of trans women to use women’s single-sex spaces.

Experience where such bills have been debated and implemented shows that any woman who does not conform to someone else’s idea of what a woman should look or sound like will be subject to challenge. Such legislation, if implemented, is almost always reversed quickly because of the effects on all women. Lesbian women have many stories of how they have been discriminated against and subjected to violence in women’s facilities, simply because of their appearance.

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Be A Councillor Zoom Event

June 16th at 7pm

Lotte Campanale will be chairing the Be A Councillor event for any woman who feels that they might like to stand for next year's elections. Featuring a panel of women Lib Dem councillors who will share their stories and offer advice and encouragement. For more information and to RSVP, click here.

Crisis for disadvantaged school children

The Liberal Democrats have called on Boris Johnson to take charge of the crisis facing schools and ensure that disadvantaged children are not left behind.

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Being Trans in the UK

"It is a curious thing, to realise and accept that you aren’t who you thought you were".   Read Lib Dem member Jasmine Joséphine Sakura-Rose's very personal story on the simple dignity of being accepted for who we are.

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Congratulations to the new Executive!

LDW Elections 2020:

Congratulations to our new LDW Executive! 

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A Chance To Study For Free

The Blavatnik School of Government has three new scholarships this year, to support those wanting to stand for elected office in the UK and Ireland. They cover the costs of study for a one-year Master of Public Policy (MPP), with the ultimate goal of supporting diversity and world-class training among those entering politics.

We wondered if you could spread the word among potential candidates by tweeting, passing the details on to your membership or network, as well as advising us on any other channels we could use. If you are able to print off information to put on noticeboards, do please let me know and I can send you a pdf in A4 format. We also wanted to ask if you personally had anyone in mind that you would like to nominate?

Applicants must gain admission to the MPP first, and are eligible for the scholarship if they come from the UK or Ireland and intend to run for election in within the next five years. Some, we hope, may already have some experience - for example those like you working as staffers in the House. Others may be more recent graduates but with a demonstrated interest in politics.

The Blavatnik School MPP is an intensive one-year graduate degree that offers a distinctive approach to learning about public policy and draws students from all over the world. You can see more from our scholarship announcement:


Admissions opened: 2 September 2019
Deadline for applications: 10 January 2020 

Autumn Conference meet up with cocktails

Welcome to our Autumn Conference meetup. This year we're at Neo, described as a 'stunning restaurant in the heart of Bournemouth'.    https://www.neorestaurant.co.uk/

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Patsy Calton Award 2019

Every year, Lib Dem Women present the Patsy Calton Award to an inspiration woman. Patsy was M.P. for Cheadle until her untimely death in 2005 not long after she'd been re-elected and we celebrate her life by recognising women in the party who follow in her footsteps by being an inspiration to other women.   


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