On International Women’s Day, we held an event at our Red Rose Café – a regular family friendly drop in event located in our offices in Kingston.
International Women’s Day is a chance to mark the achievements we have made, but also how far we have to go.
Our Fight for Women’s Equality
Labour will put women at the heart of our recovery, because we know they hold the key to a stronger economy.
Kingston and Surbiton Labour Party recognises the heightened inequalities from the pandemic, the difficult road ahead for many, with the cost of living crisis. We understand that investment in public services is more important than ever, and that more needs to be done to ensure women’s safety, and provide health, wellbeing, and opportunity to thrive.
Women in Politics – Time to #BreakTheBias
With the upcoming local elections, it’s more important than ever we see women with diversity of experience in elected positions, so that women are being properly represented in decision making.
Women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, and are critical to the recovery from it.
Women were hugely under represented in key decision making by the Government during the height of the pandemic, and it shows.
We have many brilliant women in our team who help shape our policies and support people in the community. We thank them for their time and commitment to fighting for a more equal future for all.