The Women’s Campaign School is a unique 3-day training course offering women the tools they need to effectively engage in the political process, at all levels. It takes place this year from March 27th-29th in Vancouver.
The longest running non-partisan Campaign School of its kind in Canada, the instructors are veteran politicians and advisors from all parties sharing practical skills and first hand experiences from winning campaigns.
Over 400 students have benefited from participating in the curriculum over the past decade. In 2008, thirty two graduates from Women’s Campaign Schools sought public office. We are pleased to report that 20 of our graduates were successful in their campaigns - a success rate of 63%!
Whether you see yourself working behind the scenes or running as a candidate, the Women’s Campaign School is for you!!
Hedy Fry - Liberal MP for Vancouver Centre
Libby Davies - NDP MP for Vancouver East
Mary Collins - Former Conservative MP
Adriane Carr - Green Party Deputy Leader
Linda Reid - Current BC MLA, and Minister of State for Childcare
Penny Priddy - Former NDP MP and BC MLA
Bursaries are available.
Early registration: until Feb. 22nd.
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