We are an open and diverse network of women who aim to improve the representation of women in public and political life throughout Scotland.

We promote the causes of Scottish independence and other constitutional changes likely to contribute to greater democracy and home-rule for Scotland, gender equality and social justice.  We do this through a network of individuals and organised groups across Scotland, and by working to increase women's political engagement, nationally and in communities.

We were founded in 2012 and campaigned for a Yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum in 2014.  After the referendum we decided to stay together and build ourselves into a more formal organisation, because we recognised we had work still to do to meet our aims.  

Our constitution is here.

If you'd like to keep in touch with our news, sign up for our newsletter.  If you'd like to become a full member of Women for Independence, please join us.   If you support our aims, we welcome donations.

We have affiliated local groups across Scotland.   See the full list here, and you can add yourself to the mailing list for all or any local groups (regardless of whether or not you join formally).

Here is the full list of ways that you can get involved with Women for Independence.