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PIC: WOMENSPIRE AWARDS '16. A Wales Where Women Achieve & Prosper.
PIC: WOMENSPIRE AWARDS '16. A Wales Where Women Achieve & Prosper.

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Welcome to the NEW Chwarae Teg Google+. Highlights of our News & Articles.

@chwaraeteg — https://twitter.com/chwaraeteg
Website — https://www.cteg.org.uk/
Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/Womenspire/
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Leading the charge on gender equality in the workplace in Wales.

V2C became a supporter of Chwarae Teg because as a business they’re passionate about equality and diversity.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/passionate-about-equality-diversity/
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Welcoming our new Supporter – Welsh ICE.

Mandy Weston, Founder and Chief Operating Officer, explains how Chwarae Teg and Welsh ICE support each other, and provides an insight into how Welsh ICE are supporting female-led enterprises.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/welsh-ice-supporting-chwarae-teg/
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The 2016 Womenspire Awards Story.

These awards will celebrate the amazing achievements being made by women across Wales. They include a wide range of categories to ensure that the winners will be reflective of the amazing achievements being made by women from all walks of life.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/womenspire-awards/
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VIDEO. Welcoming Chwarae Teg’s new Supporter.

Keith Jones – Director, ICE Wales Cymru:-

— “There is an under-representation of female engineers within the industry, we have stagnated at a 10% female representation rate for a number of years, not just in Wales but in the UK and are working to address the gender imbalance.”

https://www.cteg.org.uk/institution-of-civil-engineers-chwarae-teg-supporter/
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The reasons for increasing the number of women in leadership positions in business, public life and politics are well known.

Now it’s time for action.

In Wales 42% of our current AMs are women. While this compares well to other parliaments, this has slipped from over 50% when the Assembly was first created.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/radar-women-leadership/
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To make our vision of a Wales where women achieve and prosper a reality, we need to deal with the childcare issue.

Childcare remains a crucial issue for working parents. It’s time we started seeing it as a central element of Wales’ infrastructure.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/on-our-radar-childcare/
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NEW CHWARAE TEG RESEARCH! Working Women’s Journeys - An Overview of the Relationship between Commuting and Gender.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/research/working-womens-journeys-research/
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Despite excellent credentials and a lot of passion and determination, Anna acknowledges that starting your own business can be “scary” because everything is new.

After more than twenty years in the public sector, Anna Morgan utilised her experience and knowledge to start her own business, Red Shiny Apple, in the summer of 2015.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/turning-employment-experience-enterprise/
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The penultimate article in our summer ‘On Our Radar’ series looks at the topic of public procurement and how it can be used as a tool to advance equality.

But the reality is that the Welsh public sector spends around £5.5 billion a year on external goods and services. Currently around 55% of this stays in Wales, creating a large number of jobs in our communities.

https://www.cteg.org.uk/on-our-radar-public-procurement/
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