Inclusiveness and growth are not mutually exclusive but a complement of one another. With this event we would like to contribute to the discussion how an inclusive economy can be achieved. Growth and productivity are only two aspects of this matter, it also raises questions around education, health and sustainability, to only mention some. With the British exit from the European Union, a new economic model for the UK will have to emerge.
We are delighted to announce our next event in collaboration with the Fabian Society International Network – an informal drinks reception on Friday 24 February, 6-7.30pm with Laila Naraghi, Swedish MP and former advisor to Swedish Foreign Secretary Margot Wallstrom – one of the world’s greatest proponents of feminist foreign policy.
With terrorists, the refugee crisis and cyber attacks defying national borders, the standard foreign policy toolkit is looking increasingly more defunct. New forms of conflict demand innovative responses and some […]
FWN Public Speaking Club will be kicking off 2017 with a mock British Parliamentary (BP) debate facilitated by a qualified trainer from the English Speaking Union on 26 January 2016, […]
The economy, industry and how we work has changed rapidly over the last two decades, largely due to digitisation, automation and globalisation. Having a closer look at how women and […]
FWN is calling on the British government to protect women’s hard won rights and commit to step in and support crucial programmes affected by the possible loss of European funding by signing our Fabian Women’s Rights Charter.
Join the FWN Labour Party conference 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 voices are heard in the Brexit negotiations.