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We run training to delve into the what, why and how of gender budgeting.

Our training sessions are: Introduction to Gender Budgeting and Gender Budgeting in Practice.

We run an open calendar of training, find the next dates on our events page, which are open to all.

Or we can organise tailored sessions for groups from women’s community organisations, statutory bodies, Councillors, if you’re interested in finding out more please contact us to find out more.

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  • SWBG profile imageWe were pleased to work with @improvserv to produce the Gender Responsive Budgeting briefing note for Elected Members in Local Government - take a look and if you'd like to find out more get in touch with us! swbg.org.uk/content/publ… Twitter embedded image 2 days ago
  • SWBG profile imageInteresting findings about the impact of covid on working class women in terms of finances, working hours and responsibility for care
    SWBG profile imageResearch shows real class inequity in who could work from their homes and home-working conditions. Half of workers in managerial/ professional jobs reported working from home in April 2020. Only 10% of working-class women were always working from home nottingham.ac.uk/busines…. Twitter embedded image 2 days ago
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  • OPFS profile image📣 We worked with @IffatShahnaz and @talatyaqoob on new research for @jrf_uk which shows that, instead of providing security and stability, jobs are creating stress and anxiety for Scotland’s single parents on low-incomes. 🔎 Read the recommendations: opfs.org.uk/policy-and-c… Twitter embedded image 2 days ago by OPFS
  • prymface profile imageWe spoke to young mums who said that being on benefits was like being in a constant state of trying to catch up, unable to prepare for anything unexpected or deal with a crisis. This is at the same time as being judged by others who have written them off #EndtheYoungParentPenalty
    SWBG profile imageSingle parents under 25, most of whom are women, are struggling to make ends meet for their families because the DWP stopped classing them adults. We're proud to be among 100+ civil society signatories to a letter urging DWP minister @theresecoffey to #EndtheYoungParentPenalty Twitter embedded image 6 days ago
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