Placed the voices of women and girls at the heart of our advocacy and raised the profile of women and girls with lived experience of unmet needs amongst the media, public, decision makers and larger charities
Had our work mentioned in almost 200 media pieces, including in ITV News, The Guardian, The Independent and BBC News
We are proud of the impact that this work has had, including:
Campaigning with others across the criminal justice system led to publication of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Female Offender Strategy (2018).
Our Women in Mind campaign led to Agenda co-chairing the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) Women’s Mental Health Taskforce with then Mental Health Minister (2018) which generated commitments to prioritising women’s mental health through gender- and trauma-informed ways of working.
Our partnership with Mind resulted in a national women-only peer support programme Women Side by Side supporting over 4,000 women across England and Wales (2019/20).
Our influencing around the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts (PCSC) Bill, highlighting ways the Bill risked criminalising girls and young women, helped secure an amendment to ensure Serious Violence Reduction Orders (SVROs) will be piloted with equalities and outcomes data gathered.
[The thing Agenda does best is] ensure that people listen to the voices and experiences of women and girls. — Agenda Alliance Stakeholder