2016 She Will Run Conference

  • April 9, 2016
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

We invite you to join us for Equal Voice uOttawa’s 7th Annual She Will Run Conference!

Taking place on Saturday April 9th, 2016 from 10am-4pm in room FSS 4004 at the University of Ottawa, She Will Run is for everyone interested in becoming more engaged in politics – whether that’s in a partisan or non-partisan capacity, and whether it’s as a voter, a volunteer, an employee, or a candidate. This conference will give you the network, resources and skills you need to get there.

This day-long conference will include presentations, discussions, and networking opportunities with exceptional guests, such as MPs and city councillors. You will also have the opportunity to mingle with Equal Voice uOttawa and Equal Voice National executives to learn more about getting involved with the #beher #supporther movement to engage more women in politics.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Stay tuned for the Agenda.

Early bird tickets (until April 8): $12
Tickets at the door: $15



Talk of the Town Social Media Management – Advertisting and social media management

SuzyQ Doughnuts

David’s Tea


Equal Voice is a national, bilingual, multi-partisan organization dedicated to electing more women to all levels of political office in Canada.

Equal Voice regards the equal representation of women in Canada’s Parliament, in our provincial/territorial legislatures, and on municipal and band councils, as a fundamental question of fairness for women in terms of their access to Canada’s democratic institutions.

Founded in 2001, Equal Voice brings women and men together from across the political spectrum in its nine chapters across the country. They include chapters in: British Columbia, Alberta (south and north), Ontario (Toronto and Ottawa), Saskatchewan, three of the four Atlantic provinces (Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and New Brunswick), as well as a dynamic national youth chapter. .

The Equal Voice National Advisory Board includes some of Canada’s most prominent women politicians – all groundbreakers in their time – representing three political parties.

Find out more here: http://www.equalvoice.ca/