At university, I was chatting to a good friend about competitiveness, I can’t remember the context. Well I said, I’m not competitive at all. She almost fell off her chair laughing. I was truly perplexed, as I really didn’t see myself as one to compete. Years later I heard an interview with a woman on … Continue reading I joined to win
Without the involvement of women, ‘a message for every voter’ cannot be achieved. Women account for over 50% of the vote, and if we as a party want to represent women’s voices we need to engage them and give them platforms to speak. International Women’s Day celebrates the political, social, economic, cultural and political achievement … Continue reading Engaging Women in the Liberal Democrats
Dipa Vaya writes for us on her experience as Watford Diversity Officer, and how simple tactics can help reach new voters. The LibDems are committed to building a party representative of all sections of society.
I am a new member of the Liberal Democrats, I joined a few months before the referendum when I realised that Labour were paying lip service to Europe and were effectively dead as a progressive force. My experience as a new member has been instructive to me – and extremely refreshing – to get such … Continue reading Spot The Difference: Martin’s experience as a new member
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