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Stop Press - Towns Women Guild join fight

The Townswomen's Guild have joined the fight for parents and the wider family to be fully protected from the State:

We campaign on resolutions that have been mandated by our national membership at our annual National Council Meeting (NCM) - these mandates then form the backbone of our work and policy for the forthcoming year. Mandates over the last 50 years have encompassed a wide range of subjects. More recent ones include the rights of same sex couples and raising awareness of the problem of human trafficking.

Townswomen's current madates, passed at the June 2004 NCM were:

'Townswomen's Guilds in Council assembled urges for equal consideration to be given to the rights and access of both parents upon divorce and separation cases, with further consideration given to the rights of fathers'.

'Townswomen's Guilds in Council assembled urges for a wider understanding and awareness of the problem of children sexually harming others'.

TGHQ has since been working on these mandates. Please look out for future developments.

If you would like to write a letter to your local Member of Parliament to ensure that Townswomen's voice is heard on these subjects, please contact at TGHQ for further information or advice.


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