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YORK WOMEN’S CONFERENCE 2020 – Women Power York: Collective Voices & Action for Equality
March 22 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
A half day conference focusing on priority issues for women in York.
Women’s voices must be part of all policy and decision making in York that impacts on women’s lives and futures in our city.
Join us to:
Find out what the York Women’s Forum/York Human Rights City Network’s commissioned survey in 2019 tells us.
Participate in workshops to discuss priority issues in York for women: equality, power, safety, health, work, austerity, education, environment.
Hear from a panel of local women in politics (from across the political spectrum) with time for your questions afterwards. Participants to date:
Councillor Rosie Baker. Green Party. www.york.greenparty.org.uk
Councillor Anna Perrett. Labour Party. Deputy Leader / Health and Adult Social Care Spokesperson for the Labour group on Council . www.yorklabour.org.uk
Councillor Paula Widdowson. Liberal Democrat Party. Executive Member for Environment and Climate Change. www.yorklibdems.org.uk
Representative from York Conservative Party (TBC). www.yorkconservatives.co.uk
Representative from the Women’s Equality Party. www.womensequality.org.uk. Facebook at wepyork.
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The conference is inclusive of everyone who self-identifies as a woman. Due to the nature of some of the themes/topics that may be discussed at the conference, we advise using your discretion when considering booking tickets for under 16s.
Clements Hall is about a 15 minute walk from York Railway Station, and about a 5 minute walk from Nunnery Lane bus stops. There is parking available in the car park of the school over the road from Clements Hall. Please see/contact www.clementshall.org.uk for more information on accessiblity at the venue.
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