The mandate, working methods and activities of women’s caucuses in parliament.

Caucus name
Women Parliamentarians Club of the National Assembly
Date of creation
Formal or informal
The caucus is open to male MPs
The caucus is cross-party
All members are female MPs and all female MPs are members of the Women Parliamentarians Club. Depending on the agenda of the meeting, the President of the National Assembly, MPs and other persons may be invited to attend the Club’s meetings. The Club represents a form of inter-party integration of all female MPs.

At the beginning of each 6-month chairmanship, the Club discusses/adopts its work programme. The work programme is not very formal and can be modified later on, if necessary.

The Rules of Procedure of the Women Parliamentarians Club specify the rules regarding chairmanship, the calling of the Club’s meetings, the majority necessary to adopt decisions, and overall governance for the functioning of the Club.
There are rules governing the functioning of the caucus
Issues dealt with by the caucus
Current issues, common to all female MPs. The Club organises working visits, meetings, round tables and consultations focused on women’s rights, women in politics, in the economy and other spheres of the society, and meets with female representatives of various civil societies and initiatives operating in these fields.
The caucus has a strategic plan or plan of action
The caucus has a communication plan
Caucus contact details
Ana Komac, Coordinator of the Women Parliamentarians Club
Šubičeva 4
1000 Ljubljana
Phone number