Exploring your political pathway: Manchester
Have you always wanted to get involved in politics, but don't know where to start?
Come along to the Pankhurst Centre Training Room in Manchester on 20 June for our free, two-hour workshop and learn more about exploring your political pathway and how to kick-start your political career. You don't need political experience, a party, or an in-depth knowledge of the political system - all you need is the passion to make a difference and the curiosity to find out more. We welcome women from across the political spectrum (and none) and from any and all backgrounds: we're here to help you get started and connect you with other women in Manchester who are on the same journey.
We'll discuss everything from the process of standing to surmounting barriers that might be in your way. We're grateful to be joined by Amna Abdullatif, recently-elected Labour Councillor for Ardwick and the national lead on children and young people for Women's Aid, Conservative Councillor for Knutsford Town Council Katherine Fletcher as well as Sam Johnson, WEP candidate for Deangate in May 2019 and leader of the recent Disability and Democracy project working with disabled women in Greater Manchester. The workshop will be faciliated by Eve Holt, change agent, coach, and Labour Councillor on Manchester City Council.
Our events are open to all women, cis and trans.
Information regarding access at the Pankhurst Centre is available here. We work hard to ensure our events are accessible for everyone - if you would like to join this workshop and have any access needs that you’d like to discuss please don’t hesitate to get in touch with email@example.com.
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