Young Women's Trust's Annual Survey paints a bleak picture for many young women, as they come out of the pandemic and into the cost of living crisis, with young mums experiencing particular disadvantage.
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.
Young Women’s Trust is welcoming new CEO Claire Reindorp. Claire joins the charity following more than 25 years working for organisations tackling inequality.
New research from Young Women’s Trust shows a lack of flexible and accessible employment opportunities is preventing young women from finding or staying in work.
Young Women’s Trust, the leading national organisation working to build better futures for young women aged 18 to 30 on low or no pay, today announces the appointment of Claire Reindorp as its new Chief Executive.
Young Women’s Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Caroline Bernard as its new Director of Communications.
Young Women's Trust is calling on employers to commit to advertising all jobs with salary details, to stop asking applicants about their salary history and to publish their parental leave policies to help close the gender pay gap.
A YouGov survey for Young Women's Trust has revealed that 1 in 5 female HR managers (20%) agreed that women in their organisation are paid less than men for jobs at the same level.
Young Women’s Trust has today launched a new Research Centre for Young Women’s Economic Justice, which will run a training programme to empower young women to become paid peer researchers.
Research by Young Women’s Trust shows a clear picture of young women feeling ignored by politicians and untrusting of the government to respond to the issues they face.
A YouGov survey for Young Women’s Trust has revealed that a third of female HR managers agree that sexist behaviour still exists in their organisation.
A YouGov poll for Young Women’s Trust has revealed that 1 in 10 HR managers say they would be reluctant to hire a woman they thought may go on to start a family.