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Stand up, Be heard: Young Women in Politics - Bath

  • Forum Coffee House Saint James's Parade Bath, England, BA1 United Kingdom (map)
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Women, want to change the world? (Starting with your community)
- Fed up with the status quo?
- Are there certain issues you really care about?
- Want to learn how to influence and support the people around you?
We’ll show you how you can use your unique skills and talents in politics.

Come along to our next Bath workshop designed for young women to demystify the process of getting politically involved. Connect with other Bath-based women as together we explore how women can best prepare for roles in politics, whether you're involved in a political party or not. This workshop has been designed for young women. We are hoping to create a space where young women can discuss the challenges & opportunities that they see when wanting to become politically active. We have chosen not to set an age limit or define young woman, and every woman wanting to attend will be welcomed!

By understanding the stages involved in getting electe - from choosing and joining a party, becoming an activist, through to selection and election - we hope to provide you with all the information you need to forge your own path in politics. We’ll hear from those who have chosen a political pathway for themselves, answer your questions, and direct you to the support you need to get started. In addition, we're delighted to be joined by Councillor Lizzie Gladwyn (Conservative), who will share her personal experience standing for election. This event is cross-party in nature - please don't let your party (or lack thereof!) stop you from joining!

Register for your free ticket here.

This workshop is gratefully supported by Rosa, the UK fund for women and girls. This event is free and we work hard to ensure that all of our workshops are accessible to any woman who is interested in attending.

This is a women’s-only event, inclusive of trans and Intersex women, as well as non-binary and gender fluid people who identify in a significant way as woman or female. City Hall is a fully accessible venue. Please find more information about the accessibility features of the venue here. 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

Earlier Event: March 21
Women in Politics: The London Assembly