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Women members

Each year, on the day before Annual Conference begins, National Women’s Conference takes place, bringing together Labour women, politicians, stakeholders and activists from across the country. There are speeches, events and policy debates, and it’s a great opportunity to meet other Labour women.

This year, the formal business of Women’s Conference will take place on Saturday 22 September, and for the first time, CLPs and affiliated organisations were given the opportunity to submit motions to Women’s
Conference. One of these motions will be sent forward to the Annual Conference agenda.

You don’t have to be a voting delegate to attend- any woman member can attend National Women’s Conference on Saturday, you just need to make sure you have an accredited conference pass. There will be women’s events
as well as training and workshops throughout the Sunday at Conference.

Registration on 22 September begins at 11am, and Women’s Conference will be followed by the Annual Women’s Reception, where you can be sure to meet like-minded people and continue the discussions of the day.

National Women’s Conference

11.00 – 17.00

This conference will include keynote speeches from senior politicians, workshops and policy debates. This year, voting delegates will be able to send one motion to Annual Conference and have a chance to speak on policy areas to help shape our party’s policy.

National Women’s Conference Reception

17.00 – 19.00
ACC- Hall 2H

Join women from across our movement at an informal networking event. It is a chance to discuss the day’s events. All are welcome!

Women’s Workshops

11.00 – 16.30
ACC - Meeting Room 4B

A range of workshops are being held throughout the day hosted by our women’s organisation and partners.

Being an effective women’s officer in your CLP

10.15 – 11.15
Campaign Training Room 2

Join CLP Women’s Officers and women activists for a discussion on how women can organise in their CLPs and engage with women voters in your constituency. It’s also a chance to share best practice with women officers from across the country.

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