Information session aims for representation of women in public and political life

Louth ladies who would like to get involved in their communities are being urged to attend

Tia Clarke


Tia Clarke


Information session aims to promote the representation of women in public and political life

Cllr Emma Coffey, Joanne Jennings, Programme Director; Sarah Malone, Regional Co-ordinator for the Next Chapter and Cllr Anne Campbell

Women from Dundalk and Louth are being urged to get involved in public and political life as part of a new program called Women Write the Next Chapter. 

As part of the directive, created by an information session will take place in Creative Spark tonight from 7 to 8pm. 

Louth Fianna Fail Councillor Emma Coffey said: "Ladies please come to the information meeting tonight to explore building your community, developing any ideas for your community and improving the public representation of women....looking forward to seeing you all there tonight." 

Earlier this month Joanne Jennings, Head of Programmes at Politics Plus, visited Dundalk to launch this new and innovative EU-funded civic empowerment programme which aims to support women in taking their first steps into public life.