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8 Years of the FWN Mentoring Scheme – Review

FINDING HER POLITICAL VOICE

8 YEARS OF THE FABIAN WOMEN’S NETWORK MENTORING SCHEME

by   Professor Rosie Campbell

Professor Rosie Campbell is the Director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership and Professor of Politics at King’s College, London. She is Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

Here, in Finding Her Political Voice FWN 

Professor Campbell provides the third assessessment of the model, impact and future of the FWN Mentoring Scheme, first established by Seema Malhotra MP with Fabian Society Vice President, Christine Megson.


The scheme, now in it’s eighth year, is run by Christine and Caroline Adams, and latterly with Kate Talbot, is about to launch the search for the ninth cohort of mentees.


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