Working together, we can change things. Take a look at these campaigns and organisations fighting for gender equality and supporting women in the creative industries.
AWA Dance support all women and girls in the UK dance sector, offering a platform for them to become the leaders they want to be.
Campaigning for 50:50 gender balance across state and screen.
Working for a performing arts industry inclusive of parents and carers.
Using data activism to combat gender inequality in theatre.
Organisation working for best practice for parents and carers in TV and film.
Advocating and inspiring women in the arts through productions, conferences and research.
Organisation calling for safe, fair and dignified work for everyone.
The State of the Arts covers culture and politics from northern England, and provides space for the discussion ideas, thoughts, people and events that help shape our cultural and political landscape.
Supporting theatre and the arts to achieve greater gender equality, diversity and inclusion.
Women in Film and Television (WFTV) is an organisation for women in creative media, with workshops, networking events, and additional resources to support female workers both on and offscreen.
Pregnant Then Screwed is a charity dedicated to ending the motherhood penalty, supporting tens of thousands of women each year, and successfully campaigning for change.
Revolutionising the support and advice women receive from both our health service and wider society.
The Fat Performance Network is a way for people interested in making, thinking and talking about fat performance to combine forces.
Persistent and Nasty is a script-reading, debate and art as activism initiative for women and gender minorities in the stage and screen industries.