Who we are
The Scottish Women’s Budget Group brings together a wide range of women from across Scotland who have an interest in women’s equality and want to achieve better gender equality in our society. We want to influence and change the way decisions are made about how money is spent so that it takes into account the different experiences of women and men.
The Scottish Women’s Budget Group is an inclusive organisation committed to feminist values and actions. We are committed to dismantling stereotyping and bias and to challenging personal discriminatory attitudes and structural discrimination and inequality. There is no place in a feminist organisation for racism, homophobia, transphobia, sectarianism or any other oppressive ideology.
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