National Council of Young Women
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.
Giving Young Women and Girls a Voice – celebrating the first national writing competition at House of Commons from Southwick Media on Vimeo.
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...
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