29 – 30 November 2016
UNISON South West, Taunton
It is a well known fact that measures to reduce the deficit are having a greater impact on women both in terms of cuts to jobs and benefits and services that support women’s everyday lives. There is also a growing likelihood that women will be the ones left filling the gaps as state services are withdrawn. It seems that time appears to be turning back on women’s equality.
This course is essential to empower women members and encourage them to become more active in their union.
Who is it for?
This course is open to all women members and/or activists.
What will I learn?
The course looks at the history of women in work, society and the trade unions and covers issues such as:
- Women’s suffrage
- Women and politics
- Feminist theories
- Women and the trade union movement
- Women in public life
This course is run over 2 days but is a non-residential course.
There is no charge to branches for this course.