Update: the priorities ballot is now closed. Our motion is in one of the subject areas that will be debated at conference! The eight subjects chosen for debate are:
Early years education and childcare
Rights for migrant women
Universal Credit and employment support
Violence against women and girls
Women in the workforce
Help choose our priorities for women’s conference
This year the Labour Party Women’s Conference is being held in Telford on 23 & 24 February. South East Cornwall CLP are proposing a motion relating to Domestic Violence.
Our CLP now has a vote which we can apply to up to four subjects on the list, the four with the most votes to be debated at Conference. We’ll be choosing ‘Violence against women and girls’ as one of our subjects, as that includes our motion; and we will choose three more based on your responses.
We invite all our women members to vote on up to three subjects you find most important for conference to debate.
You can find the full text of all the motions under each subject heading here.
Please fill in the form below, with up to three numbers of your chosen areas, by 4th February at the latest. Many thanks!
- Abortion Rights
- Access to Justice
- Child Poverty
- Climate change
- Defence Diversification
- Early years education and childcare
- Gender pay gap
- Independent living
- Israel Palestine
- Liverpool Women’s Hospital
- Mental Health
- Parental rights of convicted rapists
- Public health
- Representation in public life
- Rights for migrant women
- Sanitary products
- Sex workers
- Social care
- Universal basic income
- Universal Credit and Employment Support
- Violence against Women and Girls
- Women in the workforce
- Women’s health services