Women for Election are delighted to launch our research report, More Women Changing the Face of Politics: Women’s Experience of Running for Election in Ireland. This research has been funded by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage.

Out speakers will include Caitriona Gleeson, WfE CEO, Dr Fiona Buckley UCC, Alison Cowzer, Chair of WfE Board and Minister of State, Peter Burke.

We will also be hearing from women who have put themselves forward and their experience of running for election.

Join us on Monday, 1st of March, at 2pm

Register Here

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Why did you run for election? What has been your proudest achievement? Why do we need #MoreWomen in Local Government?

@MargaretEWard will put these questions (& more) to seven women Councillors from across Ireland next Tues at 6.30pm.

Join us! https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eEs6jZKVS_ujM5hsiXyfBA

Yesterday I worked on the cross party motion to make sure the City Taskforce was more balanced and I’m delighted to join the group but why has @IrishTimes referred to male SPC chairs as Cllr and not me....🤦🏻‍♀️when we are seeking gender balance? #moremna #everydaysexism https://twitter.com/irishtimes/status/1381711736345042947

This is such an important event.

Join @Raemmu, @SharingWithYemi and @TBuczkowska as they empower migrants with the knowledge of how the various political systems in Ireland work and how to make the most of their voting rights.

Link to sign up 👇
https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/migrant-political-partipation-tickets-150132730037?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch

Interesting presentation by Diarmuid O’Leary @DeptHousingIRL at @women4election lunchtime seminar aiming to inform about how local government works and get #MoreWomen running for local election #YourCouncil