How To Achieve Economic Justice For Young Women

How To Achieve Economic Justice For Young Women

Young Women's Trust Thursday, 1 July 2021

In this 6-minute lesson from the feminist organisation Young Women's Trust, hear and learn about ways in which you can implement practices within your business structure and supply chain that will support economic justice - in particular for young women.

You will hear advice from the Young Women's Trust Head of Participation and one of the Work It Out service coaches to understand how you can support young women in work. There is also a case study from a young woman who has successfully used the service. This is a practical lesson that you can use to review your organisational practices and structure, and help achieve economic justice for young women in your workplace and supply chain.

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In this lesson you will learn:

  • How to ensure the atmosphere of your workplace and your company's HR policies are supporting young women
  • How to ensure transparency and implement policies in your workplace to reduce the gender pay gap
  • About the fantastic work being done by the Young Women's Trust and how their service is contributing to increased gender equality in the workplace

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