We're very grateful to each & every one of the 1,000+ who've already joined us

We’d love you to become our friend. Your friendship is very important to us. Play a part in helping women achieve and prosper. Have your views heard and help us to influence government, industry & academia. And! Being a friend is free!

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Left to Right: Dame Rosemary Butler AM, Joy Kent Chwarae Teg Chief Executive, Huw Lewis AM, Minister for Education and Skills.Dame Rosemary Butler AM, Joy Kent Chwarae Teg CEO, Huw Lewis AM, Minister for Education and Skills.

We challenge the issues and barriers that women face when entering and progressing in the world of work.

We work closely with government and by having lots of friends we’ll be able to ask you for your views and opinions on key topics.

Your views and opinions will become an important part of our feedback & advice to government.

So the more views we capture, the stronger our overall message becomes and the quicker we’ll see positive action being taken.


Chwarae Teg design contest. The winners showcasing their work. Four young women standing aside one another proudly displaying their winning designs.Winners of Chwarae Teg’s recent Design Contest.

Why is your friendship important to us? The more people who join us, the stronger we all become.

With your support our messages and campaigns will get seen by more people, this means the issues affecting the progression of women will become more visible and easier to be acted upon.

You’ll be supporting the work we do to help women achieve and prosper. We’d love you to join us as a friend so that together we can build a Wales where women achieve and prosper.

It’s simple really; the more people who choose to become our friends, the stronger we all become.


Chwarae Teg 'A Woman's Place' research launch event at the Pierhead, Cardiff Bay. September 2013. Attendee holding up and reading an unfolded poster featuring key findings from the 'A Woman's Place' research.Chwarae Teg’s ‘A Woman’s Place’ research launch event at the Pierhead, Cardiff Bay. September 2013.

We undertake research, run projects and networks along with advising government, industry and academia.

What’s it like to be a friend? You’ll be kept informed about the work we’re doing with occasional e-newsletter, and from time to time we’ll ask if you’d like to complete short online surveys on a range of topics that affect women.

You’ll be *invited first* to events we run around Wales.

We work closely with government and by having lots of friends we’ll be able to ask you for your views and opinions on key topics. These will form our feedback and advice to government.


Agile Nation Project participant proudly displaying certificate for ILM Level 2 Award in Leadership and Team Skills.Participant achieves an ILM Level 2 Award in Leadership and Team Skills with Chwarae Teg’s Agile Nation project.

Since 1992 Chwarae Teg has been working to help women in Wales to achieve and prosper.

Challenging the issues and barriers that women face when entering and progressing in the world of work. Equality!

Workplace culture is increasingly at odds with the way both women and men are living their lives today, which in addition to hindering the fair and appropriate progression of women is also detrimental to the economic development of Wales.

This is why your friendship is important to us – join us, and together we’ll make a positive difference.