Women, including those from minority groups, are still under-represented in politics and we would like that to change. Here we have brought together information and resources that we think you will find helpful if you decide to start your own journey to becoming more involved in local politics.
Offering workshops and peer support circles exclusively for women. Find out about all forthcoming events.
Glitch is a UK based charity working to make the online space safe for all. Find out about the workshops and other resources.
The 7 key steps to help women in England and Scotland in their political journeys. Read the full guide.
Equal Power is a three-year campaign led by The Fawcett Society to get more women in all of our diversity into politics at every level. Find our more and access free resources and events on their website.
The Commonwealth Local Government Forum (CLGF) is committed to gender equity and supporting women to take a full role in public life, especially with regard to equal representation in local governance. Find our more and join their Facebook network.
The Institute for Government is continuing its successful Women Leaders series of events and will be posting information of the events in the next series soon.