It's nearly time for our AGM (if you haven't done so yet, you can get your tickets here) and all our members have been sent the full annual report, but we also wanted to give our supporters and interested people an overview of our year. This is an extract from the report to members.
Please note; you don't have to be a WFI member, or even supporter to come to our AGM. You don't even have to be a Yes voter. You just have to be a woman who wants to discuss how we make Scotland a better place.
Selma Rahman of the WFI National Committee voted for Scottish independence and she voted to stay in the EU. She didn't get what she wanted, so . . .Read more
The SNP will shortly elect its Women's and Equalities Convener. Amy McNeese-Mechan, a trade unionist and SNP member as well as a member of Women for Independence, blogs on how we should respond to inequalties.Read more
Selma Rahman from our National Committee speculates on propaganda, media and associated lies. Picture shows the official imperial seal of Darius the Great.Read more
We hear a lot about the need for a 'balanced media'. In her latest #WFIMediaWatch blog, Kirsty Strickland ponders what balance in the media means in the light of recent controversies.Read more
National Commitee member Maggie Mellon updates on #JusticeWatch.Read more
Former SNP Group Leader on East Ayrshire Council Kim Nicoll blogs about becoming a councillor. Since her time at the coal face in local politics Kim has worked as a Radio Journalist and is currently employed as a Refuge Worker at Glasgow East Women’s Aid, any follow up contact can be made through Women for Indy.Read more
National Committee Member Sandra Mills blogs on shame and politics. What does it mean for independence campaigners?Read more
Amy McNeese-Mechan of Edinburgh WFI looks at the rise of the women politicians with a cynical eye.Read more