The coronavirus outbreak has had a huge impact on all our lives. Yet, so far women and girls have been largely invisible from the debate and excluded from the decision making.

Fawcett is working in partnership with other feminist organisations, academic experts and with you to ensure that women are included and not left behind or ignored.

We've been conducting vital research on the impacts of coronavirus on women. Read on for more information about our work.


Parents are struggling to cope financially and women key workers are more anxious

Our research revealed that parents are struggling to cope financially. This research was carried out in partnership with the Women's Budget Group and academic experts from the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University of London and the London School of Economics.

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Women are bearing the emotional brunt of the coronavirus crisis

New data from Fawcett and Ipsos MORI also shows that women are bearing the emotional brunt of the coronavirus crisis. 


Coronavirus Diaries

We are inviting women to share their experiences of how coronavirus is impacting them through a weekly diary, to inform our campaigning and ensure that women are visible. Read the round-up of our diarists' experiences.

If you'd like to take part, please sign up below.

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