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Stuck on ideas for pledges?

Have a look at some of the below suggestions.

  • “To only accept speaking engagements where there is a good gender balance on the platform/programme.”
  • “I pledge to ask our suppliers about the gender balance in their company an help them address any issues that come out of that”
    – Joy Kent, Chwarae Teg
  • “I pledge to help women choose a career in the field of digital”
    – Ann Beynon, Equalities and Human rights Commissioner
  • “We pledge to make sport decision making more reflective of the people we serve…”
    – Laura McAlister, Sport Wales
  • “To make gender equality an issue in your organisation and to be impatient for change.”
    – Dame Rosemary Butler, Presiding Officer
  • “To be available to mentor women around me to help them build the confidence to take the next step in their career in public life.”
    – Dame Rosemary Butler, Presiding Officer
  • “To create support networks in your organisations to help women achieve their full potential and reach their goal”
  • “To create support networks in your organisations to help women overcome the challenges of juggling work-life-caring responsibilities.”
  • “To mentor/coach/support a woman wanting to take the next step in her career within my organisation or field.”
  • “My organisation to review all publicity materials etc. it produces to ensure they avoid stereotyping and equally represent men and women.”
  • “My organisation to only use recruitment agencies that offer a gender balanced list of candidates.”
  • “To mentor at least two ethnic minority young women and support their professional development by 2020”
    – Uzo Iwobi, Race Council Cymru
  • “To encourage more ethnic minority women to actively participate in sport by 2020! ”
    – Uzo Iwobi, Race Council Cymru
  • Help make @women1st work for Wales
  • Help 100 women into the construction industry and in manual trades
  • Mentor a woman at work to help her make the next step and to work towards a wider mentoring scheme
  • Set up a gender balance mentor scheme at Sustrans UK (and share across environment charity sector?)
  • Train our staff on the importance of gender equality
  • Promote 5050by2020 beyond Cardiff into rural communities
    -Bev Pold
  • Support the Welsh Governments campaign to increase diversity in local government
  • Act as a positive role model for women in science
  • Continue to mentor other women and promote 5050by2020
  • Put / Discuss 5050 on our management team
  • Have gender equality on the Trustee Boards of all The autism Partnership organisations by 2020
    – Nadine Honeybone, The Autism Partnership

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