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Annual Accounts 2017Annual Accounts 2017 A

Sexual Harassment Conference ReportSexual Harassment Conference Report The Scottish Women’s Convention (SWC) held an event at the Hilton Grosvenor on Saturday, 20th January focussing specifically on the subject of sexual harassment.

Low Pay Commission 2017 ReportLow Pay Commission 2017 Report

Intimidation Experienced by Parliamentary CandidatesIntimidation Experienced by Parliamentary Candidates The purpose of the review is to examine the nature of the problem of intimidation and consider whether current measures are satisfactory to address such behaviour, especially given the rise of social media and how enforceable these measures are.

Govan Roundtable ReportGovan Roundtable Report The Scottish Women's Convention (SWC) visited the Pearce Institute in Govan to discuss topics including Brexit, Social Security, Healthcare and Transport with local women.

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Where your voice is heard

Scottish Parliament

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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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