Are the views of women being heard in the debate on Scotland’s constitutional future? What are the key issues for women when it comes to casting their vote on Scottish independence?
Tods Murray’s Women in Business Network was delighted to work in partnership with the Association of Chief Officers in Scottish Voluntary Organisations (ACOSVO) and the Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change at a recent event attended by over 100 guests from across the public, private and third sectors exploring the role of women in September’s referendum.
You can watch a short video summary of the event, including interviews with speakers and guests, below.
On 10th July, Tods WIBN will be hosting an evening with Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont and Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson in conversation with BBC Radio 4’s James Naughtie – you can book your place by clicking here. You can also watch other Tods WIBN videos on independence, including our evening with Nicola Sturgeon and James Naughtie, by clicking here.
Tods Murray’s Women In Business Network is a unique forum based on four key pillars: Wisdom – Sharing of ideas, knowledge and experiences; Innovation – Leading the debate and thinking creatively; Bold – Positively changing the status quo; and Nurture – sharing support and guidance. WIBN is committed to debating key topics in the spirit of progress, change and collaboration.
- Read further about the Tods WIBN and forthcoming events by clicking here.
- To join the dedicated LinkedIn group please click here.
- To contact Agnes Mallon, Senior Champion of the Tods Women in Business Network please click here.
- You can also keep in the loop by following us on Twitter @TodsWIBN and using #TodsWIBN