Centenary YearIn 2018 as we mark 100 years of the first votes for women we are at a tipping point. Women, girls and their male allies are standing together to reject misogyny, violence and sexism and to demand change. We remember the suffrage campaigners of the past and their struggle over many decades for women’s rights including the right to vote. They faced many barriers and set-backs. Yet they persisted. Their triumph inspires us to know that we too can succeed. Anything is possible. But there are also those who would turn the clock back. Those who would undo the progress of the past. The truth is equality won’t happen on its own. So we have to fight on and find the next generation who will step forward to drive change. The moment becomes the movement. Join us. Get campaigning! Landmark dates Events Our Fundraisers Our Partners Get involved Future Fawcett Get campaigning! Find our resources inspiring? Support our work - donate today! Thanks to our members and supporters, we've been able to produce four incredible fact sheets with historian Elizabeth Crawford. Each one explores different aspects of the suffrage movement, and what life was like for women 100 years ago.We are using them as part of our Future Fawcett workshops to help inspire young people to campaign against sexism and misogyny today. Click the images below to download each fact sheet- and share them with your loved ones!