The Women's Equality Party - why 52% of the UK's population lacks genuine representation
Mandu will talk about the WEP manifesto, why London is ready to become the first gender-equal city in the world and why the WEP is a party that wants to make itself redundant. “The point at which the party is no longer needed is the moment the British political system serves women’s interests as it does men’s, when it takes account of the ways that women are screwed over left, right and centre by our economy, our culture and education and employment systems”
She will discuss why equality for women isn't just a women's issue. When women fulfil their potential, everyone benefits. Equality means better politics, a more vibrant economy, a workforce that draws on the talents of the whole population and a society at ease with itself. WEP is the only political party in Britain that is serious about achieving equality between men and women.