We are proud to have partnered with companies who are keen to demonstrate their commitment to furthering women’s rights and equality. Each partnership is unique to the company we’re working with and project we’re working on, but they all have a significant positive impact on the lives of women and girls. Learn more about what we have achieved together. 

Virgin Media 02    

Virgin Media O2 sponsored a research project on diversity in the technology sector. The project focused on women’s experiences and perceptions of the technology sector, including why women leave the sector and why women might not enter tech roles in the first place. We developed recommendations that will result in a step change for the industry, including seeking expert advice from Virgin Media O2 ahead of launching the report autumn 2023 

As the leading women’s rights charity, we knew the Fawcett Society was the perfect organisation to partner with on research aimed at making tech a better industry for women to work in. They’ve already provided valuable insights and we are looking forward to launching our report with them later on this year.” 



We partnered with method in 2022 on their ‘Gender Spray Gap’ campaign raising awareness of gender inequality at home. method also sponsored our 2022 annual conference and AGM, ‘Our Feminist Recovery: Resting, Reviving, Resisting’. method's support enabled us to host our first in-person conference since before the pandemic, providing an inspiring and motivational space for feminists from across the country. 

As the trailblazers of gender equality, we were delighted to partner with the Fawcett Society as we set out to close the ‘gender spray gap’ and promote equality at home. The work carried out by Fawcett Society to help shape the debate and drive change for a stronger, happier and better future for us all is something we’re immensely proud to support. - method spokesperson  


Total Jobs

We worked with Totaljobs on a piece of research investigating the lived experiences regarding fertility and new motherhood in the workplace. Using data from mothers and HR decision makers, the project explored the reality facing new mothers and what employers can do to improve policies and practices to provide better support to employees undergoing fertility treatments and new mothers.  

"The Fawcett Society were the obvious choice to partner with on our latest research, given their position as the leading authority on women’s rights and gender equality in the UK. We have found working with the team at Fawcett truly collaborative experience, and one that has delivered valuable insights on the challenges being faced by those impacted by all aspects of fertility and motherhood in the workplace."


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