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Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 07:00 PM · 6 rsvps
TBC

Waltham Forest September Branch Meeting

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 07:30 PM
The Opera House Pub - First Floor Room in Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

Tunbridge Wells Open Branch Meeting - All Welcome - Sept 19

Hello!

We have monthly Open Branch Meetings in Tunbridge Wells.  Everyone is welcome.   They are for anyone who is interested in achieving gender equality in our lifetime and wants to help us do that.  It is a very informal gathering.

More details of what we'll be discussing will be posted on our facebook page nearer the time. 

No previous experience in or knowledge of politics required, just a wish to be involved somehow.

We meet in the first floor room of The Opera House Wetherspoons Pub in Tunbridge Wells. It is actually where the first suffragettes of Tunbridge Wells used to meet!

We meet from 7.30pm in the bar on the ground floor and move to the first floor for the meeting at 8pm.

Follow us here....

Facebook Page   www.facebook.com/WEPTWells

Twitter Handle   www.twitter.com/WEPtw

 

We look forward to meeting you.

 

Branch Officers

Celine Thomas - Branch Leader
Amanda Turner - Communications Lead
Emma Quig - Data Manager
Alison Fleming - Treasurer

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Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 10:30 AM · 1 rsvp
Coffika in Sheffield, United Kingdom

Sheffield Welcome Meeting

Have you been wondering what WEP is all about? Keen to come to a meeting but a bit anxious about being a newbie?

Come along to this welcome meeting where you can tell us your concerns and find out about what we're up to, meeting the team and seeing if WEP is right for you.

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 07:00 PM
New Local Cafe in London, United Kingdom

Barnet Open Branch Meeting September 2019

Come along to our next WE Barnet Open Branch Meeting and get involved in your local branch as we discuss our plans for our branch and the London GLA Elections 2020!

We will then have an informal discussion/chat - this month's topic is Unconscious Bias.

If you are able to join us, please RSVP. If you are unable to attend, it will be great to hear your thoughts and ideas which we can share at the meeting.

We look forward to seeing you.

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 06:00 PM · 4 rsvps
St Sidwell's Community Centre in Exeter, United Kingdom

Exeter branch meeting for September

All members and supporters are welcome to join us for our regular branch meeting. 

  • From 6-7pm we will go through branch business.
  • From 7-8pm we'll be continuing our discussion on the gender impact of climate emergency ahead of the Earth Strike on Friday 20 September.

You can come for the whole meeting, or for whichever half you can make.

The venue is in the centre of Exeter, close to public transport and car-parking. It's also fully accessible.

Please RSVP if you are thinking of coming so we can share updates with you by email, including more on the discussion topic. 

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 07:00 PM
The Gregorian Pub in London, United Kingdom

Southwark Strategy & Action Plan Launch

WE have been busy over the Summer! We've got that 'back to school' feeling' and we want to share our grand plans with you. We'll talk you through our new strategy we've built and our action plan to deliver it.

Come and listen, ask questions and most importantly: give us feedback!

If you've been wanting to know more about us or potentially get involved... then this is great opportunity as the committee will be there.

See you then!

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 07:30 PM
Archer Academy Upper School in London, United Kingdom

Guest Speaker Julia Weiner

 

 

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WE Barnet are delighted to invite you to join us for talk on Women in Art by Julia Weiner which will focus on three artists: Sonia Delaunay, Frida Kahlo and Lee Krasner who during their lifetime were better known as the spouses of their better-known husbands but whose work has in recent years been justly celebrated with major exhibitions in London.

Julia will examine their lives and works and the reasons why it took many years for their work to receive the critical acclaim that it deserved.

Julia is an art and design historian with extensive experience of teaching in museums and galleries.  She has worked in this field for over 20 years.  She is currently Senior Lecturer in Art History at Regent's University London where she has worked since 2005. Julia also works at the Victoria & Albert Museum and is the art critic of the Jewish Chronicle. Additionally, she is a freelance curator and has co-curated two exhibitions for the Jewish Museum London. She also curates exhibitions for the Knapp Gallery at Regent’s University.

For further information on each of the Artists:

Sonia Delaunay

Lee Krasner

Frida Kahlo

 

Tickets are available in advance via Eventbrite at £7.06 (inc admin fee) or £8.50 cash on the door.

This a WEP Barnet fund-raising event for our GLA 2020 Election Campaign.

Thank you.

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Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 07:00 PM · 3 rsvps
The Prince (upstairs) in London, United Kingdom

Hackney Pints & Politics

Join the Women's Equality Party Hackney for a night of Pints & Politics at The Prince, Stoke Newington.

Join us to discuss feminist and political themes such as 'Is Boris a feminist?', 'Is climate change a feminist issue?' and 'What does equality look like?'

With 5 tables and 5 themes we will be mixing it up and moving the topics around so you can chat to neighbours and friends about your thoughts on politics and feminism.

We will also have a raffle with exciting prizes -- wine tastings and more are up for grabs.

This event is for anyone who wants to talk about what's going on in politics. With politics up in the air, the Women's Equality Party Hackney welcomes support from our locals and is fundraising to create a politics of equality. Join us at the Prince, get to know what we do and above all enjoy a night of pints and politics.

Everyone is welcome with a suggested donation of £6.50. Please make your donation here or pay on the door on the night. 

Find our event on Eventbrite or Facebook and share with friends and family! 

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Tuesday, October 01, 2019 at 07:00 PM
tbc in London, United Kingdom

WEP Hackney October Meeting

On Tuesday 1st October WE will be holding our annual branch leadership elections (this will be instead of our regular branch meeting). WE need you to help grow our voice and push for equality in our political system!

Click through on the ticket link for info on how to nominate yourself and to RSVP. Take your activism to the next level by joining the Hackney branch leadership team!

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ELECTION

Nominees for each of the below positions will be voted on during the voting period (see below). To run the branch, we are required to have at least one branch leader, data manager, and treasurer. Co-leads are particularly encouraged for Branch Leader and Data Manager roles.

Branch Leader:
Main point of contact for central office, work closely with Comms Lead, Data Managers, Treasurer to enable smooth running of branch.

Data Manager and Deputy Data Manager:
Administrators of branch member database on NationBuilder, ‘point person’ for all branch members and supporters, data analysis for outreach and campaigning.

Communications Lead:
Manage social media (Facebook & Twitter) in line with central office guidance maintaining WE voice.

Treasurer:
Account keeping, final decision on spending of funds, compliance (Electoral Commission, central office), risk assessments.

WE encourage anyone to apply to run as co-leads for any of these roles. You don't need to have identified the other potential co-lead ahead of your nomination, though you are welcome to start these discussions if you have someone in mind.

Can I create my own role? Yes! These 4 roles are the minimum required to maintain a branch, but WE want more people on the leadership team. Additional roles you may want to create includes secretary, events lead, fundraising lead or anything you want to sink your teeth into. The more the merrier!

Do I need political experience? You don’t need to be experienced in running local political party branches (quite niche!), but you should have an appetite and a bit of free time for making gender equality a reality, and some of the skills needed for each role. As well as being an important cause, this is a great way to develop new skills and build your personal or professional CV.

What's in it for me? Apart from helping to make gender equality a reality, being part of the branch leadership team means you get to decide on what the branch does and how WE do it. You also have a closer link with Head Office and more regular updates on what is happening at the core of the Party. All descriptions and time commitments are guidelines only, these can change e.g. during election mode.

How do I nominate myself: Please let us know in a few words (max 200) why you joined the Women’s Equality Party and why you’d like the role via email by 26th September. All nominations will be shared with Hackney branch members ahead of this meeting. At the meeting we’ll ask nominees to say a few words before the voting takes place, so please be prepared to speak briefly.

How can I get more info? Let us know if you have any questions or fancy a chat about any of the roles by contacting us on the branch email.

How can I vote? Email voting will take place between 26 -30 September for any members unable to join the meeting in person, votes should be sent to the branch email. In person voting will take place at the branch meeting on 01 October 2019. If any posts don't have nominations on the night, we will invite members from the meeting to stand.

Don't forget, you need to be a Women's Equality Party member to stand or to vote, so if you're not yet JOIN HERE! https://www.womensequality.org.uk/join

We look forward to seeing on the night!

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Tuesday, October 01, 2019 at 07:00 PM
TBC - pub in Hackney in London, United Kingdom

Hackney Branch October Meeting

On Tuesday 01 October WE will be holding our annual branch leadership elections (this will be instead of our regular branch meeting). WE need you to help grow our voice and push for equality in our political system!

Thank you for all your support for the Women’s Equality Party in Hackney. We love your commitment and enthusiasm for our political goals, and value your time to make change happen. 

Please RSVP at the end of this page if you plan to join.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ELECTION

Nominees for each of the below positions will be voted on during the voting period (see below). To run the branch, we are required to have at least one branch leader, data manager, and treasurer. Co-leads are particularly encouraged for Branch Leader and Data Manager roles. 

Branch Leader: Click here to view role profile >>

Main point of contact for central office, work closely with Comms Lead, Data Managers, Treasurer to enable smooth running of branch.

Data Manager and Deputy Data Manager: Click here to view role profile >>

Administrators of branch member database on NationBuilder, ‘point person’ for all branch members and supporters, data analysis for outreach and campaigning.

Communications Lead: Click here to view role profile >>

Manage social media (Facebook & Twitter) in line with central office guidance maintaining WE voice.

Treasurer: Click here to view role profile >>

Account keeping, final decision on spending of funds, compliance (Electoral Commission, central office), risk assessments.  

WE encourage anyone to apply to run as co-leads for any of these roles. You don't need to have identified the other potential co-lead ahead of your nomination, though you are welcome to start these discussions if you have someone in mind.

Can I create my own role? Yes! These 4 roles are the minimum required to maintain a branch, but WE want more people on the leadership team. Additional roles you may want to create includes secretary, events lead, fundraising lead or anything you want to sink your teeth into. The more the merrier!

Do I need political experience? You don’t need to be experienced in running local political party branches (quite niche!), but you should have an appetite and a bit of free time for making gender equality a reality, and some of the skills needed for each role. As well as being an important cause, this is a great way to develop new skills and build your personal or professional CV. 

What's in it for me? Apart from helping to make gender equality a reality, being part of the branch leadership team means you get to decide on what the branch does and how WE do it. You also have a closer link with Head Office and more regular updates on what is happening at the core of the Party. All descriptions and time commitments are guidelines only, these can change e.g. during election mode. 

How do I nominate myself: Please let us know in a few words (max 200) why you joined the Women’s Equality Party and why you’d like the role via email by 26th September. All nominations will be shared with Hackney branch members ahead of this meeting. At the meeting we’ll ask nominees to say a few words before the voting takes place, so please be prepared to speak briefly.

How can I get more info? Let us know if you have any questions or fancy a chat about any of the roles by contacting us on the branch email.

How can I vote? Email voting will take place between 26 -30 September for any members unable to join the meeting in person, votes should be sent to the branch email. In person voting will take place at the branch meeting on 01 October 2019. If any posts don't have nominations on the night, we will invite members from the meeting to stand.

Don't forget, you need to be a Women's Equality Party member to stand or to vote, so if you're not yet, JOIN HERE!

We look forward to seeing on the night.

 

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