Annual Conference 2019

Friday 11th to Sunday 13th of October 2019
at Leamington Spa

Commission on the Status of Women 63rd Session (CSW63)

United Nations, New York 8-19 March 2019

National Council of Women of Great Britain

NCWGB, founded in 1895,  aims to bring together women of all ages to learn more about local, national and international affairs that affect us all. We want to get your views on issues that matter, and to have them heard at the highest levels of Government. Find out more about what we do.

National Council of Young Women

NCWGB is active across the country, with five regional committees that share ideas and work together on projects and seminars, producing reports for dissemination and publication.

Annual Conference 2018 – The President’s Report

Friday 5th, to Sunday 7th of October 2018
at Newcastle upon Tyne

END OF LIFE ISSUES

END OF LIFE ISSUES. September 2016. A seminar organised by the National Council of Women of Great Britain Health Committee together with the Royal College of Nursing West Midlands Region, Birmingham.     Read more… Thanks to the excellent programme arranged by Ruth...

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The ECICW Spring Meeting

The ECICW Spring Meeting

The ECICW Spring Meeting is taking place this month in Chernihiv, Ukraine.NCW will be represented by a Management Committee member.

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NCW 2019 Annual Conference

NCW 2019 Annual Conference

Annual Conference 2019Woodland Grange,Leamington Spa Friday 11 October to Sunday 13 October 2019Annual Conference 2019 Programme Programme arrangements are in hand.  As well as the resolutions the conference will be looking at various aspects of the justice system....

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