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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 opportunity for you to tell us what you’d like to get from the Caucus and how it can be most useful to you.

Date: 28th November

Time: 6.30pm

Venue: Women for Election Offices, 36 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2. Unfortunately, our building isn’t wheelchair accessible. If you need wheelchair access, please contact us at hello@womenforelection.ie and we’ll do our best to find another venue. I’m sorry, I know this isn’t an ideal situation. We’re working to make sure all our training is in accessible buildings in future.

We’ll provide refreshments and finger food.

Register now to secure your place!

If you can’t make it, you can still let us know what you would like from a (Women’s) Councillors Caucus by emailing hello@womenforelection.ie.

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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.

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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