The Asks

13 organisations are asking politicians to do something about the gap between men and women. Our research shows that government policies over the last 10 years have made the situation worse. These 7 asks are solutions to the problems women face. Please read them, sign to pledge your support, and share with your friends.

Economy

The Economy

Halt and reverse the economic, tax, and spending policies that drastically benefit men over women

Work and family life

Work and family life

Implement family friendly work policies and affordable childcare, commit to the living wage and end zero hours contracts

Safety, support and justice

Safety, support and justice

Create and fund a national strategy to tackle male violence against women and girls, and fund the specialist services that support women and girls

Health

Health

Research the specific issues that affect women’s health and use this evidence to develop services to both improve their health and prevent ill health

Attitudes, media, education and culture

Attitudes, media, education and culture

Tackle harmful stereotypes in the media and in our education system that affect the next generation of girls and boys

Power and decision making

Power and decision making

Bring an end to women’s unequal representation in all areas, and set up an independent advisory body for women to feed into all areas of Government policy

Equality and human rights

Equality and human rights

Guarantee women's legal rights and justice by ensuring proper access to legal aid, judicial review and our equality laws

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Contributing organisations

For the first time 13 women’s organisations, led by the Women's Resource Centre, have come together to create a campaign asking politicians to do something about the gap between men and women. Each of the partner organisations is a leader in their field having become experts through years of experience. Click through below to visit their sites and social media.

  • Women’s Resource Centre

    The leading national umbrella body for women's charities

  • NAWO

    The National Alliance of Women’s Organisations is an alliance concerned with making equality between women and men a reality

  • UK Feminista

    UK Feminista supports people to campaign for a world where women and men are equal

  • Women’s Aid

    Women's Aid is the national charity working to end violence against women and children

  • FORWARD

    A leading African diaspora women's campaign and support organisation committed to safeguarding the rights of African girls and women

  • Rape Crisis England and Wales

    Working to support a network of specialist Rape Crisis organisations

  • Fawcett Society

    The UK’s leading charity for women’s equality and rights – at home, at work and in public life

  • Southall Black Sisters

    Meeting the needs of black (Asian and African-Caribbean) and minority ethnic women

  • Rights of Women

    Helping women through the law to achieve justice and equality

  • Imkaan

    UK-based, black feminist organisation dedicated to addressing violence against women and girls

  • EVAW Coalition

    The End Violence Against Women Coalition campaigns to end all forms of violence against women

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