A selfie of Jessica, a white woman with dark hair, with her partner, a white man with dark and silver hair, and their son, a toddler with blond hair wearing a grey long-sleeved top. Jessica's partner is holding their son, who rests his right hand on his Dad's shoulder. They are all smiling at the camera, and look very happy.

Jessica Nominated for Chwarae Teg Award

  We are absolutely delighted that our Recurrent Miscarriage Campaign Lead, Jessica Evans, is a finalist at this year’s Chwarae Teg Womenspire awards, shortlisted in the Community Campion category. Jessica has campaigned tirelessly for families experiencing the heartbreak of miscarriage, producing the ‘Making the Case for Better Miscarriage Care in Wales’ report, and liaising with health boards and charities to improve care and support for patients across Wales. We are incredibly proud of Jessica for the work she has done whilst experiencing her own losses. The Womenspire awards take place online on Thursday 30 September. We’re sure you’ll all join…

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Debbie Wins TWO Awards at Chwarae Teg Womenspire18!

Chwarae Teg, Wales’s leading gender equality charity, once again celebrated the achievements of women from all backgrounds and stages in life or work across Wales. Womenspire recognises women for every aspect of life, from personal achievements to outstanding contribution. This year’s ceremony was held in the beautiful Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. The event attracted a full house and was filmed by ITV Wales. Members of FTWW’s North Wales group made the trek knowing that Debbie was a finalist in the ‘Community Activist’ category, which made the evening even more exciting. The other women in this category were phenomenal candidates for…

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Finalist Womenspire Awards 2018

Exciting news! We’re delighted to reveal that our Founder and CEO, Debbie, is a finalist in Chwarae Teg’s – Womenspire Awards 2018, Community Activist category. Debbie is incredibly dedicated, and works tirelessly for women in Wales. We are so pleased to see her getting recognised for her achievements. Chwarae Teg received over 400 amazing nominees for the 2018 awards, and found that picking finalists was extremely hard this year. “Community Activist There are many examples of women who have contributed hugely to our communities – particularly at times of crisis or challenge. The purpose of this award is to bring to our attention…

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