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This year we celebrate the centenary of the first Labour-led government and the first to include any women. Join Labour and feminist historian Nan Sloane and Kiran Mahil, LWN Secretary...Find out more
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LWN has a long tradition of providing gold-standard training, which enjoys a very high reputation and plenty of success stories. Carefully considered content, lots of interaction, and experienced trainers means our courses are in high demand. Our training approach is challenging, feminist and grounded in political realities. Graduates include Angela Rayner, Rachel Reeves, Tulip Siddiq, Tracy Brabin and over half the current women selected to fight the next General Election for Labour. Courses are open to any LWN member (new or long-standing), so find out how to become a future change-maker today.
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Labour Women’s Network shouldn’t have to exist, but we do. We fight and campaign for women’s equality within the labour party, and train women ready to lead, to be elected to public office, and participate in every level of the party. By joining LWN you will be part of a movement, a sisterhood, the women in the room and get a warm glow from knowing you are breaking down barriers for Labour women now and in the future.