A fund to help economically vulnerable young women hardest hit by the impact of the coronavirus crisis has been launched today by the Young Women’s Trust
Today Young Women’s Trust launches a manifesto written by and for young women who have lost confidence in politicians to make the changes they need in their daily lives.
New analysis by Young Women’s Trust has found the unpaid work of young women aged 18-30, contributes at least £140 billion to the UK economy.
Sophie Walker responds to latest ONS labour statistics.
The 2018/19 Apprenticeship Pay Survey shows non-compliance with the minimum wage and a growing gender pay gap.
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.
Almost 40% of young women struggle to make their cash last until the end of the month - and a third of young mums say they are always in debt, research published by Young Women’s Trust reveals.
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.
New report shows childcare investment key to equal pay after years of cuts leave young mums locked out of work and going hungry
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.
Sophie Walker comments on new Pregnant Then Screwed report.