WE Barnet are delighted to announce that in accordance the WE Constitution, Appointed Officers of Branches (branch leader, data manager, treasurer and comms lead) will be selected at a meeting of local members on Thursday 22 June and hope you can join us.
Local members are invited to stand for branch officer roles and invited to attend the meeting to elect branch officers which will be decided with a count of hands. Supporters who wish to have a vote need to have joined WE by Monday 19 June 2017. Join here>>
The roles are: Branch Leader, Data Manager, Communications Lead and Treasurer. The branch may create other roles at their own discretion. Brief job descriptions for each role are available on request. The posts are held for one year and existing branch officers are entitled to stand for election. Branch Leader and Data Managers positions could be shared by two people for each role.
The meeting venue has disabled access, is on public transport routes and is free to attend. Please email us if you have other special needs or questions. Unfortunately we do not have the facilities to offer proxy voting on this occasion but if you are unable to attend in person, we may be able to organise Skype or equivalent on the night.
Time: 19.30 for 19.45 prompt start - 21.30 finish.
Access: via The Causeway at rear of East Finchley Station. (Note no access from The Bishops Avenue)
Underground: East Finchley Station (Northern Line, High Barnet line)
Buses: 102, 143, 234, 263, 603 & H3
***** Please note this is postponed until June *****
Join the Greenwich Branch of the Women's Equality Party on Thursday 18th May for an evening of feminist fun and quizzing! Tickets are only £5 and include entry into our raffle. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Join us at Ponty Lido for an open meeting, and maybe even go for a swim!
- Find out more about the Party and the South Wales Branch
- All genders are welcome
- Hear from a local expert on childcare
Kathryn Williams from Dylan’s Den. Dylan’s Den is a childcare co-operative that was been set up in 2008 by a group of parents.
Kathryn will talk about the Welsh Government's childcare offer which intends to provide 30 hours a week of free early education and childcare for working parents of 3 and 4 year olds in Wales, for 48 weeks of the year.
(Find out the Party's stance on childcare here.)
Lido Ponty, Ynysangharad War Memorial Park, Pontypridd CF37 4PE - Travel and Parking info
Contact us in advance if you need assistance with travel.
TO BOOK A PRE OR POST MEETING SWIM: Go to the Lido website
PLEASE NOTE: Admission to the meeting is free of charge but you may need to pay for parking or swimming.
Our first WE Haringey AGM and branch elections – the meeting is open to all but only members can vote.
We are looking for candidates to stand for the following: Branch Leader, Treasurer, Data Manager and Communications Lead, and both Branch Leader and Data Manager can be job-shares.
If you are interested, or would like to find out more about what’s involved, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with Branch Election in the subject line and we will send you further details including job descriptions. Note that both members and affiliate members can stand, existing office holders may stand and the posts are held for one year.
The timeline for election of these officers is as follows:
14 June – notification of branch elections to members
23 June – deadline for notification of intention to stand
26 June – voting takes place at the AMG with a show of hands
Voting is confined to Haringey WEP members only - please remember to bring your membership card in order to vote. The venue is wheelchair-accessible and entrance is free.
Timing: 7pm (for a 7.15 start) - 9.15 (followed by drinks at the bar downstairs)
How to get there:
Underground: Wood Green Tube Station (Piccadilly Line)
Buses: 184, 121, 221 and more http://bit.ly/2sQpF1D
Come along and catch up on what has been happening and plan what comes next
Come along and see how you can get involved in our branch activities over the next few months.
We have lots to catch up on!
Note: We will be on the balcony this time, rather than our usual cubby hole in the corner.
Join us for an evening of entertainment on Wednesday 28 June, as we head to the cinema to watch the female body-positive documentary Embrace.
The film is showing at 6pm, so we plan to meet up to watch the film together then head for dinner together afterwards at a local restaurant. We would love you to join us for this fun evening out.
At the last screening in Ipswich of this film, it sold out, so we're booking our tickets early. If you'd like to come, please RSVP by Friday 16th June and we'll buy the tickets in a group this Saturday 17th June. Alternatively you can buy your own ticket and meet us in the foyer beforehand.
Tickets are £7.50 adults, £6.00 students, plus £0.75 booking fee each.
When body image activist Taryn Brumfitt posted an unconventional before-and-after photograph in 2013, it was seen by more than 100 million worldwide and sparked an international media frenzy. In her forceful debut, Brumfitt continues her crusade exploring the global issue of body loathing. She travels the world to interview an impressive range of women about their attitudes to their bodies.
Please RSVP below by Friday 16 June to secure your ticket.
Always a fun, lively and interesting event. All welcome, though please let us know you're coming.
The discussion topic for this month will be: women and abortion.
We shall also be debriefing about the general election campaign.
This community event is a great chance to come and meet our team, find our more and get involved in a light-hearted day. We will be hosting a stall and need volunteers for spend an hour each enjoying the sun and chatting to our community about why equality is better for everyone.
Sign up below to help out for an hour.