Do you have the support, freedom of choice and access to key opportunities to do what you want to do with your work and career?
Do you think that women and men have access to the same job opportunities, share of home and family care, and access to finance?
Do you believe that girls will have access to the same opportunities and careers as boys?
Economic empowerment is about having the independence, ability and opportunity to have a meaningful say over the things that will affect your economic wellbeing. The Government Equalities Office will be publishing a strategy on gender equality and economic empowerment and wants to hear from you about what would make a difference.
In collaboration with Working Mums we will be holding a focus group in March.
Register your interest in taking part in our facilitated focus group here to join us for a morning discussion in a Central London location 15th March, 10:30 – 12:00.
Applications will close on 7th March.
Please note that the focus group may be photographed.
Please let us know in 200 words or less why you’d be interested in taking part and a little bit about your background, your geographical region/city, age, ethnicity and whether you have any accessibility criteria you’d like us to be mindful of to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to join us but are keen to tell us why you think gender equality and economic empowerment is important, and would like to share a video of your views please check out our seenit! project here.
Key Dates & Information
Morning focus group: 15th March, 10:30 a.m.– noon
Westminster: location details will shared with successful applicants on 8th
Applications close: 7th March 2019
This event will be photographed
If you are unable to join us on the 15th March but would like to share a video of why you think economic empowerment is important we would be more than happy for you to share your views on seenit! project.