Maria Walsh, MEP, speaks about her experience of training with Women for Election. Her first training session was a birthday gift to herself.

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🟠 23% of TDs are women
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Angela Merkel “in an era of social media populism and alpha male nationalism she has kept her wits, her manners, her integrity. She has proven that politicians can survive without selling their souls” ⁦- inspiring piece @IrishTimes⁩ #morewomen ⁦@women4election⁩

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Despite numerous attempts over the years to increase the share of women among politicians, politics more often than not remains a man’s game. But why is the gender imbalance in political assemblies across the world so difficult to change?

New research 👇
https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2021/07/21/why-history-matters-for-gender-balance-in-political-representation/