Welcome to McGill Women in House! Since 2001, Women in House has encouraged young women to become active in political life by giving female students the opportunity to meet with political leaders and learn about the Canadian political system.
Information about this year’s program can be found on the 2014 Program page.
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What is Women in House? Women in House is a non-partisan program mandated to increase the representation of women in politics by giving female students the opportunity to gain an inside look into the lives of female politicians in the Canadian federal government. We aim to foster enthusiasm and a desire for involvement in Canadian politics among our participants, while showcasing the successes of women who have broken through significant gender barriers to enter political life. The McGill program is a fully-subsidized, two-day trip to Ottawa, during which participants take a tour of Parliament, attend Question Period, hear individual speakers and panel discussions, and shadow a female Member of Parliament or Senator.
Who Runs Women in House? Each year, two to three female McGill students are selected to run the Women in House program from a group of applicants made up of previous participants. The 2014-2015 Coordinators are Lana Belber, Natasha Howell, and Jocelyn Micallef.