The government have called a general election for Thursday 12 December.
Get ready to vote. We #TrustInWomen to use this election to make their voices heard.
How to register to vote
If you haven't voted before, make sure you are registered by Tuesday 26 November.
- It only takes 5 minutes to register to vote online
- You'll need to fill in a simple form with your name and address details
- You'll need your National Insurance number too. If you don't know where it is you can look on a payslip or a letter about benefits.
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.
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.”