Equal Pay Pin Badge - Limited Edition Campaign Item
It's time to #GetEqual.
Every year the Fawcett Society marks Equal Pay Day, the day from which women effectively stop earning relative to men. This year, the day falls on November 10th.
We're asking all our supporters to gear up for the day with one of our campaign exclusive 'Equal Pay' pin badges, only available on The Fawcett Society shop.
Your purchase will bring us one step closer to ending workplace discrimination once and for all, as all proceeds go back into our campaign work.
Show your solidarity with women fighting for equal pay. Get your Equal Pay badge today!
About the campaign
Nearly 50 years since the Equal Pay Act, women still earn less than men in Britain today.
- The mean gender pay gap for women working full-time is 13.7%
- In 2018 Equal Pay Day was on the 10th November.
- Progress closing the gender pay gap has slowed in recent years. There is no guarantee that the gap will close over time – it needs significant action from Government, businesses, and society.
- There’s no one cause of the gap – important factors are discrimination, undervaluing roles predominantly done by women, dominance of men in best paid positions and unequal caring responsibilities.
Read our briefing on the gender pay gap and its causes here:
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