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What is The Fawcett Society?

  • The Fawcett Society fights sexism and gender inequality through hard-hitting research and national campaigning that addresses the most urgent issues affecting women and girls in the UK today.
  • The charities vision is a society where women and girls in all their diversity are equal and truly free to fulfil their potential. They achieve this by providing the facts and evidence with their compelling research, convening stakeholders to develop practical solutions, and campaigning for change.
  • Through collaborating with other sector organisations, politicians, academics, employers and grassroots activists they have a strong track-record of achieving change in support of women and girls at work, at home and in public life.

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Learn more about The Fawcett Society and how you can support women and girls with the charity

The Fawcett Society relies on public donations to continue their fantastic work ensuring women and girls are empowered. Whether you can afford to make a regular monthly donation or a single one-off donation, every little helps - there are so many ways to support The Fawcett Society.

The Fawcett Society aims

  • Turn the tide on the gender pay gap: on 20th November 2022, women stopped earning compared to their men counterparts due to the 11% gender pay gap. The charity campaigns for key reforms, from creating a childcare system that works for parents to stopping employers from asking salary history questions in order to make equitable workplaces and close the gender pay gap.
  • Ensure equal power and representation for women: Less than 1/3 of the UK’s top jobs are filled by women, and the outlook is even worse for Black and minoritised women. Every two years our Sex and Power index highlights this stark inequality, shining a light on the changes that need to be made from the boardroom to Parliament.
  • End harmful gender stereotypes: 74% of parents report that boys and girls are treated differently, and 60% of parents report this differential treatment has negative impacts. The charity has been working to tackle this stereotyping, collaborating with Ofsted to change their school inspection criteria, the Department of Education to change the curriculum and companies to improve their advertising and editorial policies.
  • Secure equal power: only 34% of MPs and 35% of councillors are women. With such a low ratio, The Fawcett Society is busy campaigning to get more women involved in politics - placing importance on diversity.

How The Fawcett Society is tackling gender pay gaps

Equal pay is one of Fawcett Society's top aims and things to change. The Fawcett Society are attempting to modernise the law, over 50 years on from the Equal Pay Act. Support its Equal Pay campaign - 'Right to Know' by signing the online petition to help The Fawcett Society make a real difference.

2020 stats & facts on gender pay gaps:

  • 40% of people don't know that women have the right to equal pay for equal work.
  • Only 36% of people know that women have the right to ask male colleagues their salary if they suspect unequal pay.
  • Only 24% of people report that salaries are discussed openly in the workplace.
  • 60% of women don't know what their male colleagues earn, or believe they're earning less than men in their workplace for doing the same job.

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