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Guelph-Wellington Women’s Campaign School Review: Results Summary

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Title: Guelph-Wellington Women’s Campaign School Review: Results Summary
Author: Butt, Patricia; Clark, Haley
Description: This research summary outlines central themes from the experiences of the participants of the Women’s Campaign School. Overall, the participants’ feedback suggested that the events were overwhelmingly perceived as positive and impactful. Participants identified the need for 13 additional online resources and more in-depth information on the specifics of running a campaign. It was also suggested to promote and place greater emphasis on diversity in future events. Many of the participants went on to support others in running a campaign and a few of the participants ran in an election themselves.The participants reflected on the value of women-only spaces and the potential challenges of including men in similar events. The participants also shared their views on the value of balanced representation in elected office and the importance of including a diversity of voices and perspectives. Finally, the participants expressed the value of mentorship and the various ways that mentors can support women pursuing roles in politics.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10214/25942
Date: 2021-06
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