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In our latest report we look at the importance of peer led research as a powerful driver for change.

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Young Women's Trust is a feminist organisation working to achieve economic justice for young women. Our Work It Out coaching service supports young women to make plans for the future. We campaign for young women’s equality in the workplace and our research examines what young women’s lives are really like.

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Report sheds new light on the benefits of peer research

A new report from Young Women’s Trust highlights why peer research is not only beneficial to those conducting it, but also a powerful tool for understanding the lives of young women beyond the limitations of traditional research.

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Young Women’s Trust welcomes new CEO Claire Reindorp

Young Women’s Trust is welcoming new CEO Claire Reindorp. Claire joins the charity following more than 25 years working for organisations tackling inequality.

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