WEN Wales is a vibrant network of over 700 organisations and individuals committed to making Wales a safer and fairer place for women and girls.
They aim to provide clarity and a united voice on the serious issues facing women in Wales. They have a small, dedicated team of staff and trustees who deliver consultations, events and research, and represent women in Wales at national and international levels.
Their work at WEN Wales is underpinned by the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
Why are they needed? Women in Wales still earn less than their male colleagues. Violence against women in Wales continues to destroy lives. Women in Wales are disproportionately affected by spending cuts.
At WEN Wales they undertake a wide range of activities to help them achieve their aims of uniting and building the women’s sector and making sure that women’s voices are heard by decision-makers in Wales.
Where is Women’s Equality Network (WEN) Wales