NC Women United has released the materials for this year’s Women’s Agenda Assembly. These are biennial meetings around the state that
- Encourage small groups to discuss public policy issues, in particular those described in the Draft Agenda
- Encourage community organizations to band together to facilitate these discussions – collaboration in action! – using the guidelines and suggestions of the Agenda Building Book
AAUW NC’s fall meeting, October 21 in Statesville, will have a Women’s Agenda Assembly as a key component. This will both allow AAUW members to join with women from Statesville to discuss these issues, and give branch members from around the state some of the context they may need to host an Agenda Assembly in their own communities.
See the Tar Heel News, page 5, for more details.