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The Industrial Strategy: Women in Under-Represented Sectors

In 2017, the Women and Work All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) will focus on the Government's industrial strategy, and making it work for women. The industrial strategy identified investment in science, research and innovation as a key driver for growth across the UK. Yet women are under-represented in the STEM sector and those who work in STEM fields face constant bias against them.
When Mar 28, 2017
from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Committee Room 21, House of Commons
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We would be delighted if you could attend our meeting and join APPG Members, Parliamentarians, and key influencers to explore what more needs to be done to encourage women into STEM fields and support them in their careers. We are particularly pleased that Vice President of the Women's Engineering Society, Dr Sarah Peers, and Managing Director of Women into Construction CIC, Kath Moore, will be speaking at the meeting.

Please RSVP to Leonie Blakeway at Connect Communications on 020 7592 9592 or via You are welcome to pass this invitation on to colleagues and contacts who you feel may also be interested in attending.

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