From the very start the focus has been on learning and development through networking. We facilitate and actively participate in 5 Networks across Wales. The Networks help to keep us and our members up to date on the latest issues affecting women today. Ranging from work-life balance to economic policy and everything in between that could have an impact on women in Wales.

Reportage photograph. Christine O’Byrne – Policy and Research Lead, speaking at a Network event. Situation: Christine posed in mid-speech, right-hand side looking leftwards.

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Hive is the community for modern working

A place to share knowledge, connect and network.

Hive will bring together employers from different sectors across Wales to share best practice and learn from each other.


Grŵp ~ Learn, Network, Lead

We offer the chance for women in the public, private and third sectors to meet and learn from each other in a relaxing and supportive environment.

Grŵp is the new name for Women in Management South Wales. The name may have changed but what we do is the same.


Women’s Groups Wales

Across Wales groups large and small are working to offer practical, social and often essential support for women.

To help make it easier and quicker for you to identify the groups in your part of Wales we’ve made this A — Z listing.

To get started view the — All Wales Groups.


Third Sector Partnership Council

Chwarae Teg act as the network lead for the Employment network, which consists of over 100 organisations.

This network has 2 key functions: To promote and support the role the 3rd sector plays in addressing employment issues in Wales; and To represent the views and concerns of 3rd sector employers.

The network is guided by a Manifesto which was compiled in consultation with members. The full Manifesto is available here (PDF).


A Woman’s Place in Industry

The network provides opportunities for members to share good practice and discuss experiences. The network will also showcase a number of initiatives employers could adopt to attract, retain and progress more women in their own workplace.



Soapbox is about making sure your voice is heard in big decisions that affect the way you live and work.

Through events and online chats, we want to give you a chance to join together with other women, share your experiences of life in Wales and we will make sure that the things you care about are shared with those that have the power to bring about the change you want to see.