10 Jul, 2024

Alliance Of Her Academy kicks off for 2024

On 4-7 July, 21 ambitious women from 17 countries across Europe came together to begin their journey through The Alliance Of Her Academy.  

The Academy is a flagship initiative of ALDE Party, dedicated to empowering liberal women to achieve their political goals.

The Class of 2024 began with a first session at Domaine de Ronchinne in Belgium, which saw the participation of numerous prominent liberal women in politics.

The session was opened with a fireside chat featuring 2022 alumnae Raquel García Hermida-van der Walle MEP (D66, NL) and Anna Stürgkh MEP (NEOS, AT), who were elected as Members of the European Parliament in last month’s European elections. 

ALDE Party Vice-President Kira Rudik MP (Golos, UA) also addressed the Academy in a fireside chat emphasising how the European elections showed society's demand for young women leaders in politics.  

The sessions focused on how participants can build their political strategy, create their personal brand and craft the leadership skills needed to survive and thrive in the European political space.

Becoming an Alliance Of Her Academy participant is a highly competitive process as the experience is transformative for class members. The level of expertise and experience among the trainers, guest speakers and class members makes it one of the leading programs of its kind in Europe and the world.

The next session of the Alliance Of Her Academy will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 26-29 September.

The Alliance Of Her Academy benefits from generous support of our partners, including the European Parliament. As such, all participants must meet strict eligibility criteria, in addition to demonstrating clear leadership talent and ambition. Participants are also informed of the prohibition to run in an election campaign during the academy or up to 12 months after the termination of the program. If this condition is not respected, participants will be required to cover costs independently or with a ‘substantial’ contribution from their political party. 

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