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Equal Power Training – What does my political future look like? For Women of Colour

Date & Time of Training: 
7 June, 2021 - 19:30 to 21 June, 2021 - 21:00

Have you recently got excited about the potential of political activism? Do you want to be making decisions for your community and you’re currently working out what that means? Are you a Woman Of Colour trying to establish the next steps in your political career?

This three-part mini-programme (7, 14 and 21 June) will take you on a journey with a community of supportive Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority women as you map out the next steps in your political journey. This programme is for women who have made the decision to get politically active and want to understand what steps to take to make that a reality. Three weekly sessions will help you reflect on your passions and map out your journey to elected office, learning from the experiences of others and The Parliament Project’s resources. You’ll be encouraged to choose whether to stand for a party or as an Independent, help you learn about the roles available to stand for and equip you with the tools you need to Get Ready To Stand.

In registering you are committing to joining all 3 sessions and doing one hour of preparatory work between each session.

Session 1: Finding your why
What motivates me?
How do I get involved?

Session 2: How are we going to do this?
Understanding yourself and what you have to offer
Steps to political office

Session 3: Creating your road map
Identify your next steps
Create a pledge

This programme is for women only.

The Fawcett Society
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