The Scottish Women’s Convention works closely with women in Scotland to ensure that their voices are heard as part of decision-making processes. Find out more »

Recent publications

Presentation: ThyroidPresentation: Thyroid There was only one red flag throughout my pregnancy around health and that was the midwife noting that I had low iron.

Presentation: Mental HealthPresentation: Mental Health Mental health stigma and discrimination affects people of all ages and backgrounds.

Presentation: Mesh Implants CampaignPresentation: Mesh Implants Campaign Before we knew each other, we were both struggling to come to terms with constant pain and crippling side effects of a surgery that was supposed to 'change our lives'.

Health Roundtable Events: A SummaryHealth Roundtable Events: A Summary A number of roundtable events were conducted by the SWC as part of the work related to health issues for women in Scotland.

Recommendations by Women for WomenRecommendations by Women for Women A summary of recommendations given by women across Scotland on improving their experiences of the healthcare system.

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Where your voice is heard

Scottish Parliament

Been to an SWC event? Wonder what happens next?

The SWC responds to consultations, attends meetings and Committees and speaks with MSPs, MPs and key decision makers. Your voice can make a difference. By working with women throughout Scotland, the SWC has a positive impact on where and how women’s voices are used and listened to. Find out more by clicking on the link below.

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  • Twitter profile picture for @SWCwomenHappy Monday sisters! A reminder that our International Women's Day registration of interest closes on Monday 31st… twitter.com/i/web/status…1 week ago
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  • Twitter profile picture for @SWCwomenAgnes Tolmie, SWC Chair says “Women in communities throughout Scotland should feel safe when they are out. A woman… twitter.com/i/web/status…1 week ago

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