WiN conference (Women in Napo conference) – London, Friday 5 April

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Stop press one: Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington & Shadow Home Secretary has just accepted our invitation to speak at the conference.

Stop press two : The Napo finance sub-committee has agreed to drop the £30 registration fee for the WiN conference (don’t worry if you/your branch has already paid us for this as we have not cashed these payments).

Please take advantage being able to hear from Diane Abbott and of the decision to drop the registration fee – and register for the conference without delay. A first come first served arrangement will apply.

We are really keen that our women members benefit from the fantastic opportunity that WiN conference offers; of hearing from high profile speakers from the probation, political and trade union world – as well as the great range of workshop leaders. More than this, the conference it also an opportunity for you to meet with Napo women colleagues from around the country.

The full details of the conference and registration form can be found here.

WiN conference has been running for over 30 years – it’s an institution!

No other probation/family court union offers its women members a conference specifically targeted at the work they do – please make the most of the conference by registering now!

Feedback from members who attended the previous Women in Napo conference includes the following:

“An informative and empowering event”.

“Discussing the menopause was great and insightful”.

“Very interesting speakers”.

“Learnt a lot from workshop conversations and discussions and learnt a lot from staff from other areas which was very useful and that I will take back to the office and pass onto colleagues. Generally also just a good event to get your batteries re-charged and to hear that we are valued”.

“Keen to get back to my branch and to focus on recruiting and encouraging more people to get active, particularly women”.

“It has  increased my interest in becoming more active in Napo”.

“This was my first WiN conference and I thoroughly enjoyed it”.

Sarah Friday, Napo National Official

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