Young Women’s Trust and Olay partner to support young women to #FaceAnything

Recent research by Olay reveals that 60% of women experience negative labels at least once a week, while the same number of women also feel judged by their appearance every day. Olay and Young Women’s Trust are proud to be working together on the #FaceAnything campaign, build a movement of women ready to throw off the labels and face anything that life throws at them.

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Latest Everywoman Revew

Q4 edition of everywomanReview, a quarterly roundup of what’s happening at everywoman, as well as all the latest news from corporate partners, and current thinking from the world of gender, leadership, diversity and inclusion.

Highlights in this edition include:

WWiN Assistant Director vacancy

Wearside Women in Need is seeking an experienced Assistant Director to lead and manage the continuous improvement of this busy specialist service. The post is based in Sunderland, salary scale £35934 - £40760 pa.

RSACC Trustee Vacancy

"The Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre (RSACC) was established in 1993, we work to end rape and sexual violence by supporting and empowering women and girls in Darlington and County Durham. Each year we support over 750 survivors of sexual violence. We are a small independent charity with 14 staff and 30 volunteers. We are the only provider of specialist sexual violence services in Darlington and County Durham and commitment to ensuring survivors get the support they need.

Structurally Unsound: Exploring Inequalities Project Report

The UK Government’s current approach to tackling inequality should urgently address the multiple levels of disadvantage that some people face, according to a new UCL report.

Structurally Unsound finds that women, working class, ethnic minority and disabled groups often face multiple disadvantages affecting their educational outcomes, employment prospects, home ownership, health and life expectancy.

The report highlights lessons learned and provides recommendations for policymakers and researchers to adopt when approaching structural inequalities.

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