Ireland ranks in a disappointing 98th place* globally for the representation of women in national politics
The % of female Dail deputies stands at only 23%.

We’re looking for a dynamic, goal focused CEO to lead Women for Election and achieve our mission of increasing the number of women in elected office. Please find the full job description here

Please email your CV to alison@womenforelection.ie Closing Date for applications 23rd September 2020

Join us in changing the face of Irish politics for the better!

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I have allocated €62,000 to support women councillors establish caucuses in their areas.

It is imperative that we increase the number of women in Local Government and as Minister, I am determined to see a marked increase by 2024

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Today @LimerickCouncil Women’s Caucus met with Minister for Local Government and Planning @peterburkefg. The Minister acknowledged Limerick as the first Council to establish a women’s caucus and we had the opportunity to raise many issues of relevance

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Join us on Wednesday at 6.30pm for what promises to be an interesting discussion with President of @sinnfeinireland, and Leader of the Opposition @MaryLouMcDonald. Hosted by the always brilliant, @alisonoconn.

Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TtseqM3KQfWeGjpnRHNxFQ?mc_cid=492c4849f3&mc_eid=9f79571679

It's actually so gorgeous to be confronted with so many different women's faces on all the #DBS21 election posters