Here are the key links for the 2012 Women’s Agenda Assembly season.
- Draft Women’s Agenda for 2012-2013
The set of issue papers that form the starting point for the Women’s Agenda Assembly discussions.
- The 2012 Assembly Building Book
Overview, instructions, and tips for the coordinators of the local assemblies
- Calendar of upcoming Assemblies
If yours isn’t listed, fill out the initial information form or contact email@example.com
New opportunities for 2012
- NCWU is coordinating with NC Women Matter on efforts to get out the women’s vote (GOTV). This will have three components:
- A discussion on What’s at Stake for women in this election.
- A voter registration and a voter engagement effort.
- A letter writing/phone call effort at the event
- NC Council for Women report on the status of women
- Key Facts were published in August, with the full report to be released in October
- A representative from the Council can attend your event to discuss the statistics for your area
- Please tell NCWU which of these efforts you plan to include, and we’ll help you get connected.
- Subscribe to email list for local Agenda Assembly coordinators
- Send a message to your peers on that list (and NCWU support): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Reach the NCWU support team email@example.com
- Enter data about your assembly in the initial information form
- NCWU on Facebook: let us know if you want an event set up for your Assembly
Other Agenda Assembly News
- 2012-2013 Draft Agenda is now available (7/27/12)
Every two years, the members of NC Women United submit papers on the issues they expect to be important in the upcoming session of the NC General Assembly. These papers are collected into a “Draft Women’s Agenda” which is used as the basis for the discussions at the Women’s Agenda Assemblies. With feedback from those [...]
- Agenda Assembly Planning Teams are Forming (5/11/12)
Teams to coordinate the Women's Agenda Assemblies are now forming. Volunteer to join one of those that have been started or to bring the proven NCWU Women's Agenda Assembly process to your county.
- Consider hosting a 2012 Agenda Assembly! (4/6/12)
Volunteer now to organize a Women's Agenda Assembly in your county!
- Begin NOW to Prepare for 2012 Women Agenda Assemblies (1/9/12)
Planning for the Women's Agenda Assemblies in the fall of even years starts in the late winter/spring. Those who wish to share issue papers with women across the state, and those who want to plan county-level meetings are asked to contact us now.