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Working Together Training- Introduction to Politics with Pat Montague

  Have you ever wondered what the difference between a TD and a Senator is? Or how our local councils are run? Or perhaps, how you can become more involved in Irish political life? Register Here   Pat Montague, will be breaking down and exploring the Irish political system and structure on Wednesday the 17th of June […]

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Working Together Training with Craig Dwyer

Register Here Digital Campaign Consultant and Transparent Referendum Initiative founder, Craig Dwyer, will take you through everything you need to know about using social media for political campaigning and how to manage your campaign online. This online training will take place on Wednesday the 3rd of June at 11am. Our Working Together Webinars & Training are free, […]

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Working Together Training with Pat Montague

Registration for this online training is now closed   Have you ever wondered what the difference between a TD and a Senator is? Or how our local councils are run? Or perhaps, how you can become more involved in Irish political life? Registration for this online training is now closed Pat Montague, will be breaking down […]

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Working Together Webinar with Craig Dwyer

Registration for this webinar is now closed. To stay up to date with our online training sessions and webinar, subscribe to our Working Together Newsletter here Digital Campaign Consultant and Transparent Referendum Initiative founder, Craig Dwyer, will be discussing resilience when it comes to navigating social media platforms. This seminar will take place Wednesday, 15th April […]

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Working Together Webinar with Orlaith Carmody

Registration for this webinar is now closed. To stay up to date with our online training sessions and webinar, subscribe to our Working Together Newsletter here Communication and Leadership expert, Orlaith Carmody, will be leading the session on Resilience, a topic that feels very appropriate during this time of crisis. The session will take place over Zoom on […]

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Running For the Seanad 2020

Training for aspiring Senators: Thursday February 13th. From 1 – 5 pm. In WfE Offices 36 Fitzwilliam Place, D2. Facilitated by Dermot Ryan, a professional with over 20 years experience in Trade Union leadership, campaign management, communications and lobbying, this training session will include; The Nuts & Bolts – Practical info and advice on the […]

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Campaign Management Training

This training is for anyone who wants to be the driving force behind political campaigns. Friday January 24th 1 – 5 pm WFE Offices. 36 Fitzwilliam Place, D2 Communications expert Pat Montague  will take you through the nuts and bolts of campaign management and what’s involved in being a Campaign Manager. Digital Campaign Consultant and […]

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(Women’s) Councillors Caucus

This is the first meeting of the first ever (Women’s) Councillors Caucus. We’ve had a lot of feedback about creating more space for women Councillors to come together and discuss the challenges and opportunities they face in their work. This meeting will get us started. This first meeting will be a general get-together and an […]

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Political Leadership for Sustainable Development Training

Due to the popularity of our last training, Women for Election has teamed up with the Irish Development Education Association again to provide this free training for women Councillors: Political Leadership for Sustainable Development Date: 23rd November 2019 Time: 9:30am to 4pm Location: Hilton Dublin, Charlemont Pl, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin, D02 A893 (This training will also […]

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Councillor post-election training

When: Monday, June 10th Where: Smock Alley Theatre, 7 Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin Time: 10am – 4.15pm Now you’ve been elected, what next? Women for Election, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organisation that inspires and equips women to succeed in politics, will run its post-election training programme for Councillors on 7th June, 2019 in Dublin. Our tailored […]

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Want to see #MoreWomen elected? The next government should commit to:

1. Legislate for a quota system for local and Seanad elections.

2. Fund Women for Election to ensure we continue our vital work.

3. The Taoiseach should nominate diverse and expert women to the next Seanad.

#MoreWomen https://twitter.com/SamanthaJPower/status/1268991360343949312

The latest edition of our 'Working Together' newsletter is out now...

We've got info on upcoming training and events, as well our asks for the next Government to make sure we have #MoreWomen in political life.

Check it out here: https://womenforelection.ie/working-together-issue-twelve/

It can’t be just a co-incidence! I’m reminded of @SamanthaJPower words to @women4election supporters on this subject “no surprise women leaders often out-perform their male counterparts... it reflects the struggles many had to overcome to get to their positions “ https://twitter.com/women4election/status/1268812585601826817