Wales Assembly of Women has successfully secured a parallel panel at the United Nations. Thursday 18 March at 8.30 pm
Women’s Representation in Wales: How gendered is my valley? “What do you know? You’re a woman!” –Gendered Experiences, Institutions, and Representation: Being a Female Local Councillor in Welsh Local Government by Leah Hibbs a final year PhD student at Cardiff University funded by the ESRC to research women's political representation and the experiences of female local councillors in Welsh Local Government A critical examination of women leaders’ experiences of gender (in)equality in Welsh sport leadership by Philippa Davies an ESRC-funded WISERD (Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data) PhD student at Cardiff University The Representation of Disabled Women in Public Life in Wales: Progress, Challenges and Shortcomings by Ruth Nortey a doctoral student at Cardiff University Business School who is jointly funded by Disability Wales and the ESRC. Ruth will be sharing important data from her MSc which has informed PhD research project proposal.
Register here. For security purposes, everyone has to register on the virtual event platform - where there are more than 600 panels focusing on women's issues taking place. It is a very quick process and there is no charge.