Women's Officers

Here you can find out more about the resources available to support you in your role as CLP Women's Officer.


CLP Women's Officer Handbook

This guide has all the information you need to set up a women's forum, and run events, campaigns and activities for local women members. To request a digital  copy of the new CLP women's officer handbook, please email maryam_ali@labour.org.uk with your name and CLP.


Women's Officer Survey

We want to hear your views! Let us know about your women's forum and what we can do to support you by filling in our women's officer survey. The survey only takes a few minutes to complete and can be found here.


 For more information about your role contact the National Women's and Equalities Officer on maryam_ali@labour.org.uk.

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commented 2018-02-01 18:45:33 +0000
Hi, When I became a womens officer, I received an email with an attachment titled ‘2017_Being a CLP womens officer’, which had details of the role and associated responsibilities. Happy to share this if you haven’t had any luck finding more information from other routes! :) Antonia
commented 2017-12-16 10:33:42 +0000
Has the Labour party responded to any of these posts or is it a “lip service” service?
commented 2017-09-17 21:59:41 +0100
I have emailed various email addresses for the Women’s Officer Handbook but have had no success atall
commented 2017-08-06 07:27:11 +0100
As a newly elected CLP women’s officer, I am looking for a simple answer to what is my role ,remit and potential and how should I begin to be effective. I was hoping to find it on this page. I do not have printer and a digital copy of information is going to be a problem!
commented 2017-07-27 11:21:24 +0100
I’m still at a total loss, Leonora. Making it up as I go along.
commented 2017-07-27 10:39:49 +0100
It’s so frustrating! Have you managed to sort anything out yourself or are you still at a total loss?
commented 2017-07-27 10:31:02 +0100
Leanora- Erin never bothered to get in touch. The excuse I got from regional was that ‘it was an election’ though of course my emails to Erin preceded the announcement of the election by some time.

It is a shambles. I’m sorry I can’t be more helpful, Nicola.
commented 2017-07-27 10:06:18 +0100
I have now been a women’s officer for a month, at least should have been. I have had no one advise me on what I should be doing and can’t get in touch with Erin for a copy of the handbook. Is there any chance any one can get in touch with me so I can actually fulfil this role? Thanks
commented 2017-04-20 08:54:39 +0100
I have emailed on multiple occasions- and have had to resort to tweeting Erin- to request a copy of the women’s officer handbook.

Erin seems resolutely determined not to acknowledge these emails or my tweet.

What a way to treat one of your elected officers.
commented 2015-02-03 20:15:20 +0000
I’m new to the labour party and the women’s officer role and I have to say it took me ages to find my way here and that was through google not from the main labour party website. Isn’t there a way for you to contact me when I first took on the role? I’m not sure the party is very good at welcoming new members really. It seems to rely on local party members. Much as my local branch has been enormously kind and helpful to me, a friend in a nearby branch has not had the same experience.

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