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We are the Women’s Equality Network Wales. Our vision is a Wales free from gender discrimination. Join us to help make it happen 🧕🏾👵🏼👱🏼‍♀️👩🏼‍🦰👩🏿‍🦱
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Chwarae Teg 18h
Womenspire 2020 – coming LIVE to a living room near you! Celebrate the amazing achievements of women in Wales with us and ITV Wales from 7pm on Tuesday 29th September. Register now:
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Women must have access to high-quality and appropriate healthcare services. We are calling for specialist Mother and Baby units (MBU) in Wales. See our Covid-19 response asks:
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Just 35% of Welsh MPs are women. Join us to call for gender parity & diverse representation in political institutions We wrote to Welsh party leaders with :
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£4 million funding pot for childcare providers The grant is available to childcare settings that have been unable to access other business support schemes offered by the UK and Welsh Governments. Applications for the scheme will open on 24 August.
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Centenary Action Group 21h
Congratulations!! 💥We need more Black women & women of colour at every level of politics. 💪🏿💪🏾💪🏽 Inspired by ? Sign up to FREE online training for women on community organising, getting into politics & using your voice online.
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FTWW Wales 21h
is a subject close to our hearts at . Sadly in services are woefully lacking. We're pleased to share this petition & urge you to sign & share Well done to Leaza for starting the campaign, highlighting an important issue
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During the pandemic, we wrote to the Health Minister to call for to enable early abortion services to be procured via tele and video conference tools. It is essential that this continues moving forward. asks:
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Women's Budget Group Aug 11
84% of are women. They risked exposure to , for low pay, often on zero hours contracts. To create a we need to invest in frontline workers. Find out more in paper for & watch out for our report in Sept.
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WelshWomensAid Aug 11
Clear message from - our sector has seen the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on those effected by - it is vital a sustainable approach embedding prevention and early intervention is a critical part of plans to
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Oxfam Cymru Aug 11
The Coronavirus is exacerbating inequality. Care work, both paid and unpaid, is still hugely undervalued. Many carers (majority women) are trapped in poverty, and we need action to ensure carers are valued, supported and rewarded fairly and equally.
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WENWales Aug 11
The Covid-19 pandemic is further exposing existing inequalities in healthcare provision. Co-production of service design and delivery must be a priority under the next Our asks:
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Bawso Aug 11
Higher proportions of black and minority ethnic women suffer domestic abuse but ‘face racism from public agencies’
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WENWales Aug 11
We need positive action to reach in Welsh politics. What will party leaders do to achieve gender parity & diverse representation throughout Welsh political institutions? See our letter to party leaders with
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WENWales Aug 10
Join us in calling for in Welsh political institutions - gender parity and diverse representation. We wrote to , , and to call for positive action with , , and :
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BBC Wales News Aug 10
Senedd members found the virus and lockdown 'disproportionately affected' the most disadvantaged groups
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WENWales Aug 10
The report into inequality and the pandemic finds that COVID-19 has entrenched existing inequalities in Wales. The Committee has set out a series of recommendations for and is calling for immediate action. Read the report below 👇
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WENWales Aug 10
and ensure that all healthcare practitioners receive training on the specific health needs of those with protected characteristics. Our Covid-19 response asks:
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WENWales Aug 10
Only 28% of councillors in Wales are women. Join us in calling on Welsh political party leaders to: 📣Publish diversity plans 📣Publish diversity data 📣Commit to diversity in manifestos
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WENWales Aug 10
. reports that women's refuges in the UK are turning away victims who speak no English. ALL women must have access to safety. Provision must be funded to support survivors for whom English or Welsh is not their first language
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WENWales Aug 10
Covid-19 has compounded pre-existing health inequalities faced by women in Wales, including those faced specifically by BAME women & disabled women. Women in Wales must have access to high-quality, appropriate, & timely healthcare services.
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