Next CFN discussion: follow-up to “Women in Power and Politics”, 23 June

13 Jun

The next Cardiff Feminist Network discussion will be a follow-up to our “Women in Power and Politics” event at the Temple of Peace.

If you were there, you’ll recall that we didn’t do the group work that we’d originally planned on because the conversation so easily flowed with Kirsty Williams and Christine Chapman! But we’d like to discuss the questions that we’d planned, which were as follows:

  • Is being a woman politician enough to ensure that women’s issues are addressed in politics?
  • How can women influence political decision-making in Wales?
  • How can we tackle the inequalities that women face personally and politically?
  • How can we ensure that gender remains on the political agenda?
  • The event will take place at Cardiff University (Humanities Building, Room 0.06) on Wednesday 23rd June, from 7 til 9pm.We are looking for people to contribute in facilitating the discussion, alongside Nina. Get in touch with Nina if you can help out –

    The format of the discussion will depend on how many people attend – so please also RSVP to Nina by the end of the week if possible.


    Room 0.06 in Cardiff Uni’s Humanities building. It is the ground floor room just on the left, if you go in the building from the Corbett Road entrance (at the top of Park Place).

    We’ll try to get some signs up, but the Porter’s Lodge is just by the doors too in case anyone needs directions!


    One Response to “Next CFN discussion: follow-up to “Women in Power and Politics”, 23 June”

    1. M June 16, 2010 at 11:11 am #

      Normally I would offer to help facilitate, but I have something really serious happening the day before so I can’t commit in case the outcome of that is bad!

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