If you’d like to know more about the gear shift WACL has made in how we campaign for gender equality and why, why not stick on headphones, grab a cup of tea and enjoy this IAB interview with our President, Jackie Stevenson.
Alongside the work the club does to support our members, inspire talent with mentor programs and events, as well as fundraise for industry support orgs like NABS, this interview focuses on the story of the shift WACL has made over the past few years to become an organisation that actively campaigns on the issues that most impact gender equality.
This includes the #TimeTo campaign to end sexual harassment; our #FlexibleFirst campaign calling on organisations to adopt flexible working at scale and in all its forms; and our recent, successful campaign to reinstate mandatory Gender Pay Reporting in the UK, whilst we continue to call for mandatory Ethnicity and Disability pay gap reporting & pay gap action plans.
“WACL is for gender equality, so we are for ALL women, regardless of ethnicity, disability status, sexuality […]. Any woman’s fight is WACL’s fight. “