Suzy asks what do women want in Harlow?

Politics / Tue 11th Mar 2014 at 10:03am

LABOUR’Swomenhar Parliamentary Candidate marks International Women’s Day by finding out what women want in Harlow

Suzy Stride hosted a community event with women in Harlow to mark International Women’s Day and heard them talk about their day to day lives, the challenges they face as women and how they can overcome them.

The event was part of a national day of action organised by Labour to celebrate and ensure women’s voices are heard with events also taking place up and down the country.

The event in Harlow was joined by Fiona McTaggart, Labour MP for Slough & women’s rights activist. Entertainment at the event included a range of dances including belly, street and African dancing.

Suzy Stride, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow, said:

“The important thing is not just to listen to women today but to build a relationship that means women’s voices are heard throughout our Party.

“To mark the day this year I wanted to celebrate the voices of women in Harlow to listen to What Women Want and what challenges women face in their daily lives. It was great to have the community come together to celebrate International Women’s Day

“The views expressed by women on everything from child care to women in the workplace will be fed right to the top level of politics with the results presented to the Leader of the Labour Party.”

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