Young Women’s Trust joins 100 organisations urging Boris Johnson to reconsider Universal Credit cut
Joe Levenson, Director of Communications and Campaigns responds to the Queen's Speech.
Joe Levenson, Director of Communications and Campaigns responds to the budget announcement.
Joe Levenson, Director of Communications and Campaigns, responds to the Women and Equalities Committee's new report.
The Chancellor said our economic emergency has only just begun, but the sad reality is that for many young women it was a struggle to make ends meet long before the pandemic hit.
Today's announcement may give reassurances to some, but it offers little comfort to the young women who have already lost their jobs, or who have been pushed into unpaid work, or who are furloughed from jobs that paid barely enough to begin with.
Young women have borne the economic and social brunt of the coronavirus crisis, from job losses, increased childcare responsibilities, untold hours of unpaid work and an increase in domestic violence.
We respond to PM's New Deal speech as it offers little support for young women.
Joe Levenson responds to a new report from Women's Budget Group.
Young Women's Trust today calls on the new Parliament to urgently address the damaging sex imbalance in politics that is holding back and hurting those furthest from power.
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.
More than two thirds of young women say their confidence in politicians has plummeted.