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June 17, 2014



But, by contrast, there is now a woman General Secretary... I think that numbers can be misleading sometimes.

It would be interesting to know what the mix of applicants and interviewees is - I once applied for a regional post and at the interviews we were three women (one was appointed) and one man... The final situation may not fully reflect the underlying situation. Just a thought.

Andy Goodliff

I was going to mention woman General Secretary. That was obviously a good sign. In part the post above was meant to draw attention to where we are and disappointment that the balance seems to have gone the wrong direction.

I'm sure women are applying or being encouraged to apply, but the fact remains that few are being appointed.

In some associations, in the nearly 14 years since re-organisation, there has never been a woman regional minister. Does that matter?

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