Making Women’s Votes Count | Centenary Action

Making Women’s Votes Count | Centenary Action

21mar10:0011:30Making Women’s Votes Count | Centenary Action

Time

(Thursday) 10:00 - 11:30(GMT+00:00)

Event Details

Insights from women’s civil society leaders on amplifying the impact of women’s votes in election year.

With 2024 looking set to be an election year, we must ensure women’s voices are heard loud and clear during the campaign. Despite comprising over 51% of the electorate, women’s unique challenges often don’t receive the attention they deserve from policymakers.

That’s why we’re bringing together women’s civil society leaders to shed light on the issues affecting women and their families. Let’s empower each other to make our voices heard through our votes and hold the next government accountable to our concerns.

We’ll also delve into research revealing how women’s votes could sway the outcome of the upcoming election. As undecided voters who tend to solidify their choices later in the campaign, women wield significant influence over the political landscape.

Join us as we unite to make a difference! Together, let’s shape political agendas and policies, making it crystal clear: women’s votes count.

Speakers include:

Andrea Simon, End Violence Against Women

Chloe Schendel-Wilson, Disability Policy Centre,

Helen Pankhurst, Centenary Action

Jemima Olchawski, The Fawcett Society

Rhiannon Evans, Mumsnet

Prof Rosie Campbell, Global Institute for Women’s Leadership

Baroness Shaista Gohir, Muslim Women’s Network UK

Timi Okuwa, Black Equity Organisation

Chaired by journalist Carolyn Quinn

Thursday 21st March online

10:00 – 11:30

Reserve your spot here.

Ticket Price:

Free