Affiliate to the Fawcett Society
Affiliate to the Fawcett Society in our 150th year!
Fawcett is the UK’s leading campaign for gender equality, at home, at work and in public life. Our vision is of a society in which the choices you can make and the control you have over your life are no longer determined by your gender.
Our affiliates and members are the heartbeat of Fawcett. By joining Fawcett today you will be helping us make sex discrimination history and speeding up progress towards gender equality.
- The opportunity to partner with us on our campaigns
- One invitation per organisation/branch to attend our annual meeting
- Member discounts at Fawcett’s 150th year events. Some events will be FREE to members.
- Our regular newsletter, keeping in touch with campaigns and any developments
- Copies of our research, reports and publications
- Members’ discounts in our online shop
Branch …………………………………….. £ 60
District ……………………………………… £ 90
Regional or National (<10K members) … . £150
National (under 50,000 members) ……… £350
National (under 100,000 members) …….. £500
National (over 100,000 members) ………. £950
Click here to download an Affiliate joining form
Alternatively, call 020 3598 6154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment is due annually by cheque, credit card, direct debit or BACs.
National Union of Teachers:
“The consequences of gender stereotyping and the sexualisation of girls in media today are very real. Stereotypical views of what girls and boys ‘should’ like and do are established early so it is never too soon to start challenging these ideas in schools and early years’ settings. The NUT takes a proactive stance in providing materials which support teachers in challenging gender stereotypes through reading and class discussion. As the UK’s leading campaigning organisation for women’s equality and rights, the NUT is proud to affiliate with the Fawcett Society.”
Rosamund McNeil, Head of Education and Equality at the National Union of Teachers
Unison affiliates to Fawcett:
“As a trade union with over one million women members, UNISON is deeply committed to achieving fairness and equality, with women playing their full part in the workplace and in society. We are therefore pleased to work with Fawcett on that shared agenda – on issues such as equal pay, the impact of austerity and government policy on women’s equality and increasing the representation of women on decision-making forums. We have worked in partnership with Fawcett for many years now and greatly value our relationship”.
Sharon Greene, Women’s Officer at UNISON