Campaigning to accelerate gender equality for all

A woman, Nicola Mendelsohn, wearing a purple sleeveless dress, is shaking the hand of a man, Sadiq Khan, who wears a black jacket & tie with a white shirt. Both are smiling and looking directly to camera.
Nicola Mendelsohn & Sadiq Khan meet to discuss pay gap reporting ©BronacMcNeill

How (and why) WACL campaigns

WACL is campaigning to accelerate gender equality for the benefit of all, in the areas proven to have the greatest impact for our industries.

Our goal as leaders is to affect long term change: identifying opportunities and barriers to gender equality, and working with our allies to drive action. Current campaigns include:

Flexible First, our campaign to make flexible working the norm;

Our campaign to close the Gender Pay Gap with mandatory reporting and action plans;

timeTo, the campaign to end sexual harassment, in partnership with NABS and the Advertising Association.

WACL campaigning in action

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Take the timeTo training

Take the timeTo training and help end sexual harassment in our industry

Success! Gender Pay Gap Reporting is reinstated

WACL launched a successful campaign in partnership with Fawcett Society, CMI and others calling on the UK government to reinstate Gender Pay Gap reporting in 2021. 

timeTo launches new campaign

It’s time to draw the line. 41% of people in our industry have experienced or witnessed sexual harassment at work. Is it happening on your watch? As we return to offices, don’t let sexual harassment return too. Book #timeTo’s training now.

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