The CSP wants members to join a delegation and take part in debates affecting their profession at the next TUC women’s conference.
Previous CSP delegates at the TUC women's conference - photo: Janina Struk
This annual event is an opportunity for first-time and experienced conference goers to listen to and take part in thought-provoking debates on women's, trade union and social issues.
Former deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman and TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady were among the high-profile speakers at this year’s event.
And the conference presents opportunities to help shape TUC policies, particularly those on healthcare topics affecting the physiotherapy profession.
The next TUC women's conference will be held on 9-11 March at the organisation’s London headquarters.
Interested members should send a short statement about their involvement in the CSP and say why they would like to attend the conference to Hanna Smith at the CSP. Email email@example.com
The deadline for receiving statements is 15 December. And if you would to chat informally about attending, feel free to contact Kate Moran, head of employment research. Tel 0207 306 6687.
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