National Council of Women Talking Points
Giving Women a Voice
CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF VOTES FOR WOMEN NCW played a small part in the suffrage campaign. Millicent Fawcett was an NCW member and gave a paper at the first NCW conference in 1895 entitled ‘The Probable Effect on the Position of Women of Granting Them the...read more
NCW Elects a new President At the Annual General Meeting on October 8, at Leamington Spa, Gwenda Nicholas, who has so ably steered the National Council of Women GB for the last three years, handed over the chain of office to her successor, Dr Andrena Telford. Andrena...read more
NFU Rural Broadband and Mobile phone coverage survey The NFU, one of our affiliated organisations, is the voice of British farming and provides professional representation and services to its farmer and grower members. Access to Broadband and Mobile...read more
Understanding the Impact of Loneliness on People’s Physical and Mental Health A seminar arranged by the Institute of Ageing and Health together with the National Council of Women and the Royal College of Nursing was held in Birmingham on 28 July 2017. It...read more
NCW Conference, 2016 NCW POLICY RESOLUTIONS PASSED AND RATIFIED AT THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE, OCTOBER 2016 HELD IN DARLINGTON Read more… RENEWAL OF THE BBC ROYAL CHARTER IN DECEMBER, 2016 Submitted by NCW Darlington & District Branch Proposed by: Heather Carter, NCW...read more
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...read more
Giving Young Women and Girls a Voice – celebrating the first national writing competition at House of Commons from Southwick Media on...read more
A National Council of Young Women event entitled "Women in Afghanistan: a life of disadvantage" was held recently at Stephenson College, Durham University Queens Campus. The talk given by Dr Manizha Hadi, a PhD student in the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health,...read more
Too many children in care - ending up behind bars! The Social and Employment Committee and our affiliate the Prison Reform Trust submitted a resolution at the annual conference in October 2015 ‘Children in care and keeping them out of trouble’, calling on the...read more
International Women’s Day, which originated in 1909, celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. The National Council of Women is pleased to share with you this statement for International Women’s Day sent to us from...read more
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