Training Online workshop programme Because of coronavirus, all Equal Power training is now online. We’re running a programme of FREE online training for women on getting into politics, using your voice online and getting active in the upcoming local government elections. This programme includes spaces and support specifically for groups of women who are underrepresented across politics, including Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority women and Disabled women. You don't need any existing knowledge or experience. Sign up for several different sessions or just one, whatever works for you. We are committed to ensuring that our trainings accommodate the needs of all women. If you need additional support to take part in an online workshop, such as live closed captioning or a BSL interpreter you'll be able to request this when booking onto a session. Take part to be inspired and gain the skills and knowledge to get more politically active. We welcome women from across the political parties (and none). Getting into politics What does my political future look like? For Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority women Have you recently got excited about the potential of political activism? This series of three weekly sessions will take you on a journey with a supportive community of other Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Women as you map out the next steps in your political journey. Elect Her and Muslim Women’s Network UK will help you reflect on your passions and map out your journey to elected office.7th, 14th & 21st June – sign up here. Politics Makes a Great Second Career: We Are the City & 50:50 Parliament EventWe Are the City and 50:50 Parliament want to inspire women who have a wealth of life experience and talent to consider taking the plunge into politics. The panel will include inspirational women who have entered the political arena following on from another career. This is your chance to ask questions. Hear directly from amazing women about their journey to politics and why they think that it is important to have more women at Westminster and on all elected bodies, at a national and local level.21st June - sign up here What does my political future look like?Have you recently got excited about the potential of political activism? Do you want to be making decisions for your community and are working out what that means? This series of three weekly sessions with Elect Her will help you reflect on your passions and map out your journey to elected office with a community of supportive women. 6th, 13th & 20th July - sign up here. A note on language: We understand and are mindful of the limitations of certain phrases used when describing diverse women with intersecting identities. We are exploring the language we use, particularly for those whom racism, and other forms of prejudice and discrimination may be factors in their experiences, particularly when embarking on political journeys. We are committed to creating spaces for such women, in order to better understand and address the inequalities faced.