Engender is Scotland’s feminist organisation.
Engender has a vision for a Scotland in which women and men have equal opportunities in life, equal access to resources and power, and are equally safe and secure from harm.
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Towards women's equality in Scotland by 2030
A project celebrating 25 years of Engender and the wider women's equality movement in Scotland
Engender's work on disabled women's reproductive rights in Scotland
Engender receives funding from various organisations, with the Scottish Government Equality Fund as our main grant funder. We also rely on membership payments and donations from supporters which gives us unrestricted funding to spend on our feminist work.
You can find out more information about Engender's finances in our Annual Report.
Stay up to date with Engender's work in Europe Engender sits on the United Kingdom Joint Committee on Women, which represents the UK at the European Women's Lobby. In June our director Emma Ritch was in Brussels for the European Women's Lobby General Assembly and here, she talks about the importance of our work with our feminist sisters across Europe.We know that Brexit is on the minds of women in Scotland at the moment. The Conservative leadership campaign that will select the next UK Prime Minister has brought a lot of fears to the surface about immigration, women’s rights, care, and the economy.
Engender response to the Scottish Government consultation on a new National Public Health body: 'Public Health Scotland' Engender welcomes this Scottish Government consultation on proposals for Scotland’s new national public health body, Public Health Scotland.