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Young Women’s Futures

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Organisations supporting this issue


The Fawcett Society campaigns for women’s equal representation in Government, and for their representation at every level and stage of Brexit negotiations.

Fawcett's Women's Manifesto


Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK. It is vital that young women have their voices heard and are able to shape the society we live in, now and in the future. Girlguiding is calling on young women aged 18 and over to register and use their vote on June 8. For more information about how girls can get involved, please visit our website.

How to make your vote count

Maternity Action

Pregnant women and new mothers have the right to work, to healthcare and to adequate financial support, but many women are struggling.  We are calling for commitments to defend maternity rights and to better protect the health and wellbeing of mothers and their babies.

Our manifesto for the General Election 2017

Women's Budget Group

The Women's Budget Group scrutinises government policy from a gender perspective and analyses the impact of economic policy on women and men.

Our analysis on the General Election

Young Women's Trust

Young Women's Trust is calling on all political parties to use this election as an opportunity to take young women's needs into account, and for the next Government to introduce policies that work for young women, especially those struggling to live on low or no pay.

What we want from the next government

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