On 8th June, Vale of Glamorgan will go to the polls to vote for Women's Equality in a General Election for the first time.
We need your help to send a clear message that equality is better for everyone.
Can you join one of our canvass teams over the next week?
Please tick the canvass dates below to let us know which ones you want to join.
If you can't join us for these but want to get involved tick to let us know you'd like to join admin or other.
If you have any questions about volunteering email email@example.com
Canvass Meeting Points
Academy Espresso Bar, Unit A, The Pumphouse, Barry CF62 5BE - Map (near Hang Fire Southern Kitchen)
Huntsman Restaurant, Station Rd, Dinas Powys CF64 4DE - Map
Rhoose Railway Station, Station Road, Barry CF62 3EL - Map
Become a volunteer
WE have an eight point plan for a flourishing economy and an equal society that works better for everyone.
Watch us deliver a copy to each of the old parties' HQs:
1. A caring economy
WE offer a fresh approach that will build a sustainable caring economy that works for everyone.
2. Shared parental leave
WE will implement a fully equal system of nine months shared parental leave on 90% of pay, with a 3-month use-it-or-lose-it provision for each parent.
3. Free universal childcare
WE will implement full-time, high quality, free childcare for all children from the end of shared parental leave.
4. An end to violence against women
WE will repair the broken funding model for specialist services, including services that are for and led by BAME women. WE will put prevention, protection and provision at the heart of all our policies and WE will not rest until all women and girls are free from violence and harassment.
5. Unleashing women’s talent
By reforming our education system and tackling the reductive and often hypersexualised depiction of women in the media, WE will unleash the talent of all.
6. Equality in health and social care
WE will make sure our healthcare system works for women and men alike, putting the furthest from equality first, and ensure that social care is recognised not as an adjunct to economic activity but as its underpinning.
WE will build an immigration system with gender equality and social justice at its heart. WE will design trade deals that work for everybody. WE will make sure Brexit does not turn back the clock on gender equality through secondary legislation.
8. Invest in what matters
WE will invest in what matters and make sure our social infrastructure works as well as our physical infrastructure. WE will invest in homes, not houses, and restore our education, health care and social care systems. All our policies are costed and will not increase the burden on low and average income households.