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Working Together- Issue Two

  Here in Women for Election we’re into our third week of working virtually – we have the wonderful luxury of being able to work from home during this crisis and we are working from our box rooms, kitchen tables and makeshift desks. We’re staying at home to help keep ourselves, our families, our friends, our neighbours […]

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Women for Election: Working Together

Each week, Women for Election will be releasing a weekly newsletter to stay connected with our WfE community and supporters. If you would like to receive our Working Together newsletter please sign up through the form at the bottom of the page. We will be including a recommends Read/Watch/Listen section- if you have any suggestions that you […]

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Working Together- Issue One

    To our WfE supporters and community, We are in a challenging, surreal time. We are facing our greatest crisis, and are doing so together (while socially distancing).  Throughout this crisis we are focused on our supporters, our team, and our work.   All of us in Women for Election, are thinking of those directly affected […]

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Notice of Cancellation of all Events

Women For Election are postponing all training sessions, fundraisers, events and meetings, as a precaution, until further notice. Women For Election staff have been working from home and we are discovering new ways of staying connected & making things happen remotely. The work goes on. We can be contacted by email on hello@womenforelection.ie   Because we’ve […]

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Women For Election in the News

Women aren’t a minority group, we are more than half the population and political parties need to wake up to the fact that we need political leadership which represents us all.

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In conversation with Samantha Power

We were honoured to welcome Ambassador Samantha Power to our offices last week during her book tour of Ireland to promote her memoir, The Education of an Idealist. Ambassador Power spoke about the need for more women in public life, particularly at local level, and left us more inspired than ever to keep campaigning for […]

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Communication and Events Executive Opportunity

Women for Election is seeking a passionate Communications and Events Executive to develop our message and help reach our goal of gender parity in Irish politics. This is a great opportunity to be part of a small, dynamic team looking to change the face of politics in Ireland. A key staff member, reporting to the […]

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Fundraising Executive Women for Election is seeking an energetic, dynamic Fundraising Executive with excellent communication skills and a strong network of contacts to help the organisation realise their ambitions and deliver a robust fundraising programme. Please download the job description pdf. Location: Women for Election, 36 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2. Remote working is an option […]

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Event notice: Communicating Europe with Women for Election, Sligo, February 28th, 6pm

This event was made possible by the Communicating Europe Initiative. Date: 28th February, 2019 Time: 6pm to 8pm Location: The Glasshouse Hotel, Swan Point, Abbeyquarter North, Sligo, F91 NCA4 Google Maps Event: Join Women for Election in Sligo on the evening of February 28th for a panel discussion on Europe with MEP Marian Harkin, Tara Farrell, Deputy CEO of the Longford Women’s Link, Fiona Meehan of […]

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Latest Tweets

Now on Count 10 for #SE2020 Labour Panel
Seats: 11 Quota: 94,417
Elected so far:
Jerry Buttimer (FG)
John Cummins (FG)
Robbie Gallagher (FF)

Waiting to see #MoreWomen in #Seanad2020

Onto the 3rd count now for 2 remaining seats on the NUI panel, after incumbent Ronan Mullen was elected on 1st count.
Watch live updates on http://www.nui.ie/elections/seanadelection2020/

After Count 1 for the #TCD panel, no one has reached the quota of 3,761. 2 candidates have been excluded.
Count 2 is happening now -
Watch live on https://www.tcd.ie/seanad/
#Seanad2020

Of the 16 Senators elected to #Seanad2020 so far, just 4 are women:
On the Cultural & Educational panel @lichamber (FF) is the only woman out of the 5 Senators.
That’s 1 fewer than in 2016.

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