The Wisconsin Women’s Council is described online as a statutory commission on the status of women and girls meant to enhance the ability of all Wisconsin women to participate fully and equally in all aspects of life. The Council reports on the status of women in Wisconsin related to the economy and social equity.
The Wisconsin Women’s Council recently published reports about women in government. These reports are all available in the Wisconsin Digital Archives. Here are just a few of the most recent reports you’ll find:
- Women in the Wisconsin Legislature
- Women in County Government
- Women in Local Government
- Women in the WI Judiciary
Click here to see all the reports published by the Wisconsin Women’s Council available in the Wisconsin Digital Archives or visit the Wisconsin Women’s Council’s webpage to learn more about the various initiatives and events they have planned.
Blog post written by: Abby Swanton, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning