Labour Women’s Network was set up in 1988 and is a voluntary organisation funded and run entirely by its members.
We train, mentor and advise Labour women seeking selection for all levels of public life, but particularly parliament. We run residential courses for our members, and provide CV surgeries by email.
We support Labour women standing for election, and produce materials to assist them.
We campaigned for the introduction of positive action measures to increase the number of Labour women in public life at all levels, and continue to support this.