A fairer Wales where women achieve and prosper

Chwarae Teg is the charity inspiring, leading and delivering gender equality in Wales:

Women in the Economy

A fairer Wales where women achieve and prosper across all sectors and at all levels in the economy

Women Represented

A fairer Wales where women are visible and influential across all sectors of the economy, society and in public life

Women at Risk

A fairer Wales where women are empowered to achieve their potential, regardless of their background, social status or geographic location

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Latest news & features

19th November 2019
Opportunities for potential female business leaders of the future
7th November 2019
Wales’ Gender Pay Gap increases to 14.5%
30th October 2019
Reflections on the Scottish approach to gender equality
18th October 2019
Working through the menopause
11th October 2019
Wales’ third Purple Plaque unveiled on International Day of the Girl
24th September 2019
Large scale organisational change requiring ongoing vision and leadership beyond this Assembly term needed to achieve gender equality – review finds
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This inequality is not just a ‘women’s issue’ but is everybody’s business. Our economy and society as a whole stands to benefit from a more equal landscape.

Featured success stories

DevOpsGroup share their experience of the Agile Nation 2 programme
Claire Hiles shares her experience
Susan shares her career development story
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For businesses

Chwarae Teg works to change business cultures to deliver gender equality in the workplace. We champion modern working practices, and strive to make Wales a leader in gender equality.

For women

Chwarae Teg works with women to develop skills and confidence with free leadership training. We work to inspire young women into careers in STEM and politics.

For supporters

Chwarae Teg leads and shapes the debate to drive cultural and structural change. Our networks and events bring people and businesses together to share knowledge and best practice, and to influence and inspire future generations.

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