We Belong Here Photos

Tuesday December 19th, 2023

On an extraordinary day in October, women took over the Senedd for We Belong Here. Check out some of the photos from this inspiring event that brought together women in all their diversity to further the cause of diverse and equal leadership.

Three women pose together smiling in front of a WI banner Evelyn James speaking on stage at a lectern, with members of the Oasis choir in the background Image of multicoloured workshop wristbands on the registration table ready to be distributed to attendees An audience sit in the Neuadd of the Senedd listening to a workshop facilitated by Sarah Rees, who is on stage Focus is on a toddler and their guardian sitting amongst a crowd Two women stand presenting during a workshop session. One on the left stands behind a laptop, the other on the right is speaking to the audience A woman embraces a young girl as they both smile at the camera Two posters on a door, advertising the workshops taking place in that room. The first reads 'Women in elected office: changing the culture'. The second reads 'How to tell my story: Storytelling centre.' On the left, Suzy Davies stands talking to an audience at a workshop. To the right stands Joyce Watson MS. In between them is a board where key words from the discussion have been written Three young women sit at a table talking during a workshop An audience in the Neuadd stands to applaud A live illustration of the day's events in progress A group photo of some of the attendees of We Belong Here, on stage waving and smiling An audience in the Neuadd watches Evelyn James speaking on stage Attendees in the Siambr watch the morning session Attendees watch a speaker in the Siambr A view of the audience in the Siambr and viewing gallery above, listening to the panel discussion Hannah from Elect Her speaks during the panel discussion, with other members of the panel watching on, audience members in the foreground, and the live illustration in progress in the background Five of the women of the panel in the Siambr Four of the panel's women in the Siambr. Hannah Blythyn speaks