National Council of Young Women
Giving Young Women a Voice
- Work/life balance – Career, family and personal life
- Citizenship – How local and national government work; the role of NGOs; how you can make a contribution to society
- Women in decision making – Women’s participation in decision making, from business to national government
- Sexual stereotyping – The effects of gender, diversity and culture on women’s lives. The portrayal of young women in the media
- Violence against women and girls
- The Rights of Women and Girls as agreed in UN declarations
NCW values the views expressed by members of the National Council of Young Women, and we take their reports into account when debating resolutions to take forward to Government.
Find out more about our NCYW programme and how girls and young women help develop our policy. Call us on 01325 367375 or send us an email.
NFU Rural Broadband and Mobile phone coverage survey The NFU, one of our affiliated organisations, is the voice of British farming and provides professional representation and services to its farmer and grower members. Access to Broadband and Mobile...read more
Understanding the Impact of Loneliness on People’s Physical and Mental Health A seminar arranged by the Institute of Ageing and Health together with the National Council of Women and the Royal College of Nursing was held in Birmingham on 28 July 2017. It...read more
Events: NCW Conference 2017 NCW CONFERENCE 2017, LEAMINGTON SPA South West and Midlands Region looks forward to welcoming you to Woodland Grange, Old Milverton Lane, Leamington Spa, CV32 6RN for our conference from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th October 2017. Read...read more
THE ISTANBUL CONVENTION RATIFIED IN APRIL 2017 The “Istanbul Convention” is a Council of Europe Convention adopted by the meeting of the Council in Istanbul in April 2011. It is a pan-European treaty aimed at stamping out violence against women. The treaty sets...read more
International News May 2017 REPORT ON NCWGB’S DELEGATION TO U.N. COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN CSW61 - NEW YORK, MARCH 2017 THEME: ‘WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN THE CHANGING WORLD OF WORK’ NCWGB accredited a delegation of 8 members to attend this commission. Two further...read more
Giving Young Women and Girls a Voice – celebrating the first national writing competition at House of Commons from Southwick Media on...read more
NCW Conference 2015 - 02 from TaylorKerek on...read more
A National Council of Young Women event entitled "Women in Afghanistan: a life of disadvantage" was held recently at Stephenson College, Durham University Queens Campus. The talk given by Dr Manizha Hadi, a PhD student in the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health,...read more
Too many children in care - ending up behind bars! The Social and Employment Committee and our affiliate the Prison Reform Trust submitted a resolution at the annual conference in October 2015 ‘Children in care and keeping them out of trouble’, calling on the...read more
Love and support to the family and friends of Jo Cox MP from every member of the National Council of Women. The tragic loss of a young wife and mother is devastating but her commitment to a life of public service will continue to be an inspiration. Her work for...read more
Cosima Schenk, President of the European Centre of the National Council of Women has sent this message to Council in Belgium.
"On behalf of the ECICW Board I shall convey to you our condolences for the terrible attacks perpetrated in Brussels. All European citizens are concerned and our convictions that a better society for all consists in a living together in a spirit of tolerance and...read more
International Women’s Day, which originated in 1909, celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. The National Council of Women is pleased to share with you this statement for International Women’s Day sent to us from...read more
On November 24th, students from JFS, Notting Hill and Ealing High, RMS Rickmansworth and the host school, Northwood College, came together for an afternoon seminar. They were introduced to the Bill of Rights for Women and Girls which the UK Government signed up to 28...read more
It was an honour to attend this year's Lunch celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Women Of The Year. The first event was founded by Lady Lothian OBE, who was also Patron of the National Council of Women. Lady Lothian was responsible for organising our list of...read more
After strong debate Conference delegates, including representatives from our affiliated societies, ratified a number of important and topical resolutions to add to NCW policy. Several earlier resolutions were also reaffirmed and work on them will continue. Girls from...read more
Our Conference is an important forum for NCW members to meet together to discuss, debate and agree NCW policy. On Friday afternoon members of NCW together with NCYW members from local schools meet to discuss issues which concern them. Saturday morning will be devoted...read more
This ‘significant NCYW moment’ was the first ever 18+ event, organised by NCYW Standing Committee member, Charlotte Kitchen. It took place at Stephenson College, University of Durham, Stockton Campus on 29 April 2015. The choice of venue ensured that the audience was...read more
President Gwenda Nicholas reflects on the key issues that the NCW is actively engaged in, as well as the work being done by NCW members around the country. 2015 was the 120th anniversary of the founding of the National Council of Women. We salute the passion of our...read more
“I enjoyed talking to the older generation and hearing different views from mine”
“I was informed and moved by the speakers”
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