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.
Our Autumn Fabiana edition on Internationalism skilfully edited by committee member Ellie Cumbo is now available for your enjoyment. Download a copy to read: A wide-ranging interview with PES Women […]
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.
FWN has been working with the Labour Women’s Network on bringing you a women’s hustings event. We are delighted to announce that both Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith have agreed […]
Come and join our fabulous Fabian Women fundraising dinner in central London on Monday 11 July 2016. The summery surroundings of Tas EV will host us for a delicious 3-course […]
Following the astounding success of the first five years of the Fabian Women’s Network mentoring and political education programme, we will soon be recruiting our sixth cohort of aspiring women. […]
With 1 million more women voters than men eligible to vote in the EU referendum and 23% of women still undecided about which way to vote, women’s vote will play […]
The next round of applications for the Fabian Women’s Network mentoring Programme will open on Friday May 27th 2016 and close on July 1st 2016 at midnight. Read more about […]
With applications for the next cohort of our mentoring programme open (23 May to 15 June 2015), we hear from former mentee Catherine Fookes on her experience of the scheme. Reading […]