What’s On 2020 – Online Edition

Our building may be closed for now, but there are still courses, groups and classes that women can get involved with online! The latest edition of our What’s On booklet is now here, with more information about what’s available online. Click the link below to download it.

What’s Available Online 2020 Booklet

We also often post about courses, activities and classes on our social media, so make sure you follow us if you’d like to keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities.

Equal Power: free online summer workshop programme on politics

Equal Power: free online summer workshop programme by The Fawcett Society and partners for women on getting into politics, using your voice online and community organising and leadership.

You don’t need any existing knowledge or experience. Sign up for several or just one session here: https://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/free-online-equal-power-workshops-for-women 

Getting into Politics

  • 11th June: ‘Getting into politics: finding your why’
  • 21st June and 21st July: ‘Meet The New Girls Network
  • 8th July: ‘How can I become a Councillor in England?’
  • 10th September: ‘How can I become an MP?

Getting into politics as a Black, Asian or minority ethnicity Woman

  • 1st July: ‘Candid Conversations: on being a local councillor, and a woman, and BAME, and Muslim’
  • 8th July: ‘Candid Conversations: On being an MP and a woman and BAME’
  • 20th July: ‘Exploring Your Political Pathway for BAME women’

Using your voice online

  • 30th June and 27th July: ‘Digital Self Defence: How to Keep Politically Active Women Safe Online’

Community organising and leadership

  • 9th June and 18th August: ‘Effective action: how to make impact not just noise
  • 4th August: ‘Intro to Community Organising’
  • 23rd September: ‘Your next civic role. Take on a board role’

We recommend signing up quickly as the sessions are likely to become fully booked!