Politics: How women can step up, and make a difference to society?

23rd of May – 6:30PM to 9:30PM

We are delighted to invite you to our next event about Women and Politics, which will be held in the private room “Le Salon Bleu” at l’Escargot, in Soho. Canapés and delicious wines will be served- please confirm your attendance by booking your ticket (see details below).

We often have the impression that getting involved in politics means becoming a politician- but there are many ways that we can get involved, at different levels, in order to help shape the future of our society.

We will welcome Aude Saint-Paul and Emily Murrell, two amazing women involved in politics both in France and the UK, and who are keen to share their knowledge, experience and mission, and answer any questions you may have on how you can have an impact on the issues that matter to you the most.

It will be an amazing opportunity for you to learn more about the different role you can play in that field and find the level of involvement that works for you.

Aude Saint-Paul – Senior Strategy Manager at AXA UK, and Member of Elles Marchent, the women’s group working alongside the national movement En Marche! of Emmanuel Macron.

Emily Murrell – Head of Sustainable Finance and Future Cities Policy at HSBC and Charity Trustee, formerly part of the Cameron government, at the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change.

The low representation of women in politics remains one of the most obvious obstacles preventing us from achieving gender equality in the world. Unless there is a better gender balance in decision/policy-making in the world, how can we ensure policies in countries reflect the people they serve?!

L’Escargot – Private Room Le Salon Bleu
48 Greek Street, London, Soho, W1D 4EF

The event is open to the members’ friends so please do not hesitate to come with other wonderful women you would like to introduce to the club.

To confirm your attendance, please click on this link:
Price per person £40.

We look forward to seeing you!

Best regards,
Ambre & Victoire