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RHONDDA LABOUR WOMEN'S FORUM PRESENTS...

BITE THE BALLOT
12th

SEP

'15

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

VOTES @ 16

WHAT DO WELSH
WOMEN WANT?
  9
Soar Chapel Valleys Kids
 1 Cross Street Penygraig Rhondda CF40 1JZ  9.30am-1.30pm 

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS

AGENDA

9.30am - 10.15am
Registration & Refreshments
10.15am
Welcome - Glenda Abbott Women’s Officer
10.20am -12.00pm
Guest Speakers - Domestic Violence
Discussions on Votes @ 16
12.00pm- 12.15pm
Refreshment Break
12.15pm-1.10pm
Breakout for round table discussions
1.10pm-1.30-pm
Session Round Up

@RhonddaLabour

Domestic Violence
Domestic violence affects all age groups
from teenagers to older women across Wales;
but what is being done about it?

DEBATE & DISCUSSION

Minister for Public Services & Rhondda Assembly
Member, Leighton Andrews, will speak about the
Welsh Government's Domestic Violence Act and
look at how it will impact on the lives of women across Wales.
Also speaking on the topic will be the Chief Executive of Welsh
Women's Aid, Eleri Butler, and domestic violence champion and
survivor Rachel Williams, who will share her extraordinary story.
Is this what Welsh women want?
Should 16 year olds have the vote?
Ebun Bola-Shadipe, Cardiff's Community engagement officer for Bite
the Ballot will state her case for reducing the voting age to 16. We will
hear the views of young people and debate whether the right to vote
should be awarded to 16 year olds in Wales.
Is this what young Welsh women want?
There will be an opportunity for comment, questions and debate on
all topics.

#RLABW
Rhondda Labour

@RhonddaLabour

Leighton Andrews AM
Leighton has been AM for the Rhondda
since 2003, and is currently serving as
the Minister for Public Services in the Welsh
Government. His portfolio responsibilities
include the promotion of women's rights &
strengthening of gender equality. The
Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse
& Sexual Violence Bill, became law in Wales
on 29th April 2015.

Rachel Williams
In 2011 Rachel survived being shot by her
former husband and has since
worked tirelessly to raise awareness of
domestic violence.

Speakers

She was announced as the new ambassador
for Welsh Women’s Aid in June 2015.

Ebun Bola Shadipe

Eleri Butler MBE

Ebun is Cardiff's Community Engagement
Office for Bite The Ballot, a party-neutral,
democracy movement on a mission to
empower young people.

Eleri is the Chief Executive Officer at Welsh
Women's Aid, the lead national membership
charity in Wales working to end domestic
abuse and all forms of violence against
women.


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