Up until now, FTWW has been a formally constituted not-for-profit organisation, registered with Community and Voluntary Support Conwy, and a member of the Wales Council for Voluntary Action. We’re still those things but can now add registered charity to our status. FTWW is at a very exciting point in its development, with August 2020 marking a […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW is now a Registered Charity!
For those not in the know, the UK Government has been conducting an inquiry into endometriosis care across the UK. Whilst health in Wales has been devolved to the Welsh Parliament, Endometriosis UK, the secretariat to the APPG, was keen to hear about the impact of Covid-19 on endometriosis patients in Wales. Back in July […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Contributes to Westminster Government’s All-Party Parliamentary Group for Endometriosis
The new Education Department Bill introduced in July will see schools in Wales prepare for the biggest change in education for generations. The new curriculum replaces traditional academic subjects with six new Areas of Learning Experience (AoLEs). At present, the curriculum offers schools the flexibility to decide whether or not to teach menstrual wellbeing. This […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Writes to the Welsh Government to get Menstrual Wellbeing on the School Curriculum