Vote on 12 December

Get ready to vote. We #TrustInWomen to use this election to make their voices heard.

What we want from the next government

We want the next government to

  • champion and cheer young women and girl's resourcefulness and creativity, and build bridges to economic justice
  • break down the barriers that limit young women's choices 
  • recognise and reward the unpaid work young women do 
  • put an end to discrimination and build equal workplaces 

Read our response to the party manifestos >> 

Get ready to vote

Women and Girls Manifesto 2019 

This general election offers an opportunity for all political parties to explicitly support equality for women. Women’s lives have changed significantly in the last 50 years but there is still lots of work to do.

The Women and Girls Manifesto is a guide that you can use to inform conversations you have with candidates at hustings and on the doorstep. 

Read the Women and Girls Manifesto 2019 >>

Ask your candidate to make women s voices heard

Politicians must listen to young women

Young Women's Trust CEO Sophie Walker, is calling on parliamentary candidates to make time to meet with young women and listen to their concerns:

“Young women need to register and then get out and vote on 12 December. They need to use this crucial election to make sure their voices are heard. Young Women’s Trust stands ready to help politicians to engage with young women.”

Read more from Sophie >>