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Future Women MPs Weekend

Future Women MPs Weekend

The Campaign for Gender Balance (CGB) and the Diversity & Talent Support Team are pleased to announce that this year’s Future Women MPs Weekend will be held on Saturday 4 – Sunday 5 March 2017 at the Jurys Inn Hotel in Milton Keynes.

Future Women MPs weekend is an intensive residential training weekend for any aspiring female MPs within the party; whether you are already an approved candidate or are yet to take that initial first step, this is the perfect way to kick start your journey to Westminster. Jo Swinson, Tessa Munt and Jenny Willott all started their successful quests for a seat in Parliament at a FWMPs Weekend, and so could you!

As well as expert advice on your political career you will also receive:

  • Information and advice on all aspects of the process from selection to standing for Parliament
  • Personalised advice and guidance from top party trainers and representatives
  • A chance to ask any burning questions and address any concerns you may have
  • A fantastic opportunity to network and make useful contacts with other aspiring women within the party

Previous attendees have described the weekend as “inspiring”, “empowering” and “'Some of the best party training I have experienced’’

Spaces are limited so, if you would like to attend please email to request an application form. All applications must be received by Sunday 12 February 2017.

The weekend will cost £75, covering accommodation, meals (breakfast, lunch & light refreshments) and training. This fee will be waived for those unwaged or unable to pay.

March 04, 2017 at 9am - March 05, 2017 March 04, 2017 at 9am - March 05, 2017
Jurys Inn Hotel
Jurys Inn Milton Keynes
Midsummer Boulevard
Milton Keynes MK9 2HP
United Kingdom
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Diversity & Talent Support Team · · 0207 227 1340
£75.00 GBP

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