Impact Report 201918 March 2020
We’re pleased to present our Impact Report for 2019 and proud to demonstrate how our work has supported young women.
Budget 2020: Young Women and Economic Justice9 March 2020
This briefing outlines evidence on young women’s economic situation in the UK from Young Women’s Trust and the Women’s Budget Group, and recommendations for achieving economic justice for inclusion in the UK Budget 2020.
Valuing Young Women's Unpaid Work4 March 2020
Designed, conducted and analysed by young women peer researchers currently in unpaid work, our research offers an insight into the unpaid work that young women do.
Debt: Young women facing constant financial struggle4 December 2019
This briefing highlights that almost 40 percent 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.
Impact of sexism on young women's mental health27 November 2019
This study shows a clear link between sexism and young women’s mental ill health including long-term impact, and therefore the urgent need to tackle sexism in all its forms and locations from the earliest point possible.
Young Women's feminism and activism 201918 November 2019
The percentage of young women identifying as feminist is increasing - it's time for politicians to listen to their voices.
Childcare: what young women want14 November 2019
An hour’s childcare is, for many, more than an hour’s wages. The system is unaffordable, confusing and inflexible, leaving many mums struggling financially and unable to work. Read our report on creating a childcare system that works for young women.
Young women demand urgent action on sexual harassment15 October 2019
Two years on from the #MeToo movement, one in four young women say they would be reluctant to report sexual harassment at work for fear of losing their job. This briefing is based on findings from a survey carried out for Young Women’s Trust by Populus Da
Young Women's Mental Health in Crisis10 October 2019
This briefing is based on findings from a survey carried out for Young Women’s Trust by Populus Data Solutions from 25th June-11th July 2019 with approximately 2000 young women aged 18 to 30 in England and Wales, alongside a comparison group of 2000 young
Work It Out Evaluation 2018/1926 June 2019
Work It Out supports young women aged 18-30 to increase their confidence and employability and move towards work. It offers free coaching over the phone and online, and personalised feedback on CVs, covering letters and job applications via email.