Young Women’s Trust responds to new research showing gender pay gap in health and social care sector.
Young women who experience sexism are five times more likely to suffer from clinical depression, new research by the Young Women Trust and University College London has found.
Nearly 70% of young women aged 18 to 24 call themselves feminist and say that sexism is a major problem in the UK, according to new research by Young Women’s Trust.
Young Women's Trust today calls on all political parties and parliamentary candidates standing in the 12 December General Election to rebuild the confidence of young women in politicians.
On the 2nd anniversary of #MeToo, 1 in 4 young women still fear they'll be fired for reporting sexual harassment
Half of young women worried about their mental health, blaming sexism and struggles with work and money
Young Women’s Trust has joined forces with the TUC to call on the Government to end workplace sexual harassment by making it mandatory for employers to take preventative steps.
2 in 5 women bosses say there is sexism in their workplace, compared with 1 in 5 men, according to new research by the charity Young Women’s Trust.
Young Women’s Trust is lobbying the UK Parliament to end workplace sexual harassment today