We have made a few changes to our busy stand this year but we would still love to see you on Stand 108 (upstairs in the main exhibition hall). 

  • You are still able to buy our feminist merchandise including our 'I DISSENT' Earrings, travel mug and our new Barbara 'sisterhoodie' bear...
  • You can join (or rejoin) LWN at the stand or here
  • Enquire about our campaigns and training programmes; and
  • Come and get our feminist free sticker...

See you on stand 108.


As well as the feminist merch' on our stand, you are also able to buy at our online shop which is open ALL YEAR ROUND. Click here for more details.


We aim to practice what we preach on #keepthegoodstuff, so we are designing a conference fringe program that is more accessible.  

We are delighted to welcome you to an exclusive 'In Conversation' event with Tracy Brabin, LWN graduate and first  ever woman Metro Mayor in the UK via ZOOM

Councillor Bisi Osundeko will lead us in an evening of discussion with Tracy about smashing glass ceilings, campaigning with hope and vision, succeeding in politics from a non-traditional background, and more. 

The event will start at 8pm on Thursday, 23rd September via Zoom as part of our Labour Party Conference fringe program. Click here for all the details and to register.


We are delighted to invite you to our first in-person event since March 2020...  Sisterly Saturday: Smashing Structural Sexism Together.

We are thrilled to have confirmed an exciting panel of leading feminist campaigners:
Chair: Abena Oppong-Asare MP, Shadow Exchequer Secretary & LWN Chair 
Christine McAnea, General Secretary of Unison
Tulip Siddiq MP, Shadow Minister for Children & Early Years, and flexible working campaigner
Dame Diana Johnson MP, former schools minister and abortion equality campaigner
Alex Davies-Jones MP, 
Shadow Minister for Northern Ireland and Women & Equalities Committee member, and
Cllr Anntoinette Bramble, 
Deputy Chair Local Government Association & Deputy Mayor of Hackney

Join LWN for an upbeat but honest evening calling out the structures of sexism we still need to tear down, charting women's progress, and celebrating the role of sisterhood in boosting our resilience and emboldening us for the fight.

The event will be held on Saturday 25th September 2021, in Arundel 2, Holiday Inn, Brighton from 8pm till 9.30pm and will include a drinks reception at the start (the Holiday Inn is not in the secure zone of Conference, therefore a conference pass is not required to attend).

Because of Covid-19 restrictions, places are limited to first come, first seated and unlike other years we will not be allowed to have a packed out event. 

For those who can't attend, we will be recording the event and sharing it after conference.  Click here for more details.


As always we use the Summer to review our training offer ready to launch again at Conference and this year is no different, so watch out for an email just before Conference giving all the details.

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Thanks and see you in Brighton!