• Reflective Women's Voices

    BBC 100 Women audience interaction, engagement and debate on women policy areas.

  • Women in the EU panel debate

    Collective women engagement influencing public policy with female politicians, discussing Women & Equality in London.

  • International Women's Day

    David Cameron (PM) presenting in No.10 Downing Street

  • APPWG 'Women In Parliament'

    Conservative MPs Louise Mensch and Angie Bray at Women In The Media panel debate


    CWO fundraiser, annual AGM debating women and business, managing finance and risks as entrepreneurs.

  • Women in the media debate

    Women in Parliament debating women & the role of media at Westminster, key note speakers journalists & MPs.

About Conservative Women’s Hub 

Conservative Women’s Hub is leading the digital campaign and platform to collectively share views and voices of Conservative women in and out of parliament, engaging them through social media with a specific interest to Conservative policies and progress.

The Conservative Women’s Hub will advocate, share and learn through collective engagement with women from all walks of life. The aim is to cohesively seek to influence public policy through debate, active engagement and social media via @cwomenshub and existing structures including forums shaping Conservative women in the future.

The Conservatives Women’s Hub supports Conservative women in political engagement and public life, sharing successful news stories and providing an alternative platform in making women’s voices heard.

Our vision is to give a platform and share a social media presence ultimately increasing representation and support on the Conservative cause impacting women policy areas. In order to achieve this, we adhere to value and respect the varied approaches to the beliefs held by individual Conservative women whilst learning more about their concerns and views.

We also provide a bespoke digital campaigning service and promote campaigners to create web platforms to a wider audience.

About Parveen Hassan

Parveen Hassan is the founder of Conservative Women’s Hub, and former  Chairman of Birmingham Heartlands West Midlands Conservatives Women’s Organisation 2010- 2014; part of the West Midlands regional executive (CWO). Parveen's experience broadly covers political and leadership campaigning skills. A seasoned campaigner with the Conservative Party; local and regional politics, the West Midlands NO2AV referendum campaign, Team 2015 and the Conservative City Seats Initiative 2015.

Parveen Hassan’s interests outside the field of politics remains on women and equality, international development and public accountability. She has served on various charity boards as a trustee and director, supporting diverse and new migrant communities addressing violence against women. Her twenty three years of experience in the public sector leads a multiplicity of roles advising on stakeholder engagement. Recognised for her dedication to public service on equality and women, she won best female employee of the year at the British Asian Hafta Awards 2009; finalist AAA Gold Award for Women of the year, Asian Achievers Awards 2009. She also features in the British Bangladeshi Who’s Who List of most Influential People in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Recently, a finalist at the British Muslim Awards 2016 for her dedication to women empowerment projects on community and political engagement.

Parveen Hassan BBC100 Women Season 2013   
Parveen Hassan is one of the BBC 100 Women aspiring global leaders in 2013 striving to make the world a better place for women with real life experiences. Parveen Hassan appeared on BBC News channels on an international platform, debates through social media and twitter @prettytory with unheard voices on women’s achievements, barriers and development and a series of interviews on successful Asian women for mainstream media and the role of Muslim women in the UK. She’s a regular contributor in the Bangladeshi press raising the profile of women in education, employment and political engagement, continuously campaigning to heighten awareness for the prominent role Bangladeshi women can play in society and their vital economic contributions.