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The FWN is greatly concerned that the voices of women were heard so little in the lead up to the EU referendum. This must be urgently turned around – especially now that Prime Minister Theresa May has expressed her willingness to trigger Article 50 in February next year and in doing so will kick start the negotiations to exit the European Union. Women have already been hardest hit by austerity and we’re concerned that women’s rights might be undermined in the forthcoming Brex
Fabian Women’s Network invites you to our Labour Party conference fringe in Liverpool: Speak up, dears! Women in post-Brexit Britain. Join our fringe on 26 September at 8.30-10am in the Event Suite on the fourth floor of the Merseyside maritime museum for a lively discussion on what Brexit means for women. From international politics to workers’ rights, business and food safety, we will be working on a manifesto to reach out to women all over the country to ensure female voic
We are delighted to publish the September 2015 edition of Fabiana, ‘The Seas of Change: what direction should the democratic left take?‘, edited by Reema Patel and Paulina Jacubek. Our contributors, including Seema Malhotra MP, Keir Starmer MP and Kate Green MP, seek to explore the challenges ahead for Labour and the centre-left in the face of a Conservative majority government. Click here to download a PDF copy. Featured articles: Never Underestimate Your Opponent – Kezia Du