We join an alliance of diverse organisations across Bristol, including Bristol Black Carers, Bristol Women in Business, Bristol Women’s Commission, Bristol Women’s Voice, Chinese Community Wellbeing Society, Co-Produce Care, March of the Mummies Bristol, West of England for Independent Living and Women’s Budget Group.
Amplifying Bristol Women’s Voice: The Caring Economy Manifesto
This campaign is a call to action, directed towards employers, the West of England Combined Authority (WECA), Bristol City Council, and national government bodies. This campaign aims to improve life for carers in many vital areas such as public services, training, skills development, transport, environmental sustainability, and addressing poverty and discrimination.
In the lead-up to the 2024 local and national elections, the campaign champions the voices of women, caregivers, care workers, and those who may require care. We aim to spotlight these critical concerns before policymakers, employers, and health and social care providers by posing fundamental questions:
- What value have you placed on the caring economy?
- Where is care on your priority list for the future?
- What can you do to support a caring economy?
- How will you ensure this commitment becomes a reality?
How You Can Support
Join us in supporting Bristol Women’s Voice’s campaign:
- Spread Awareness: Share their message on social media and raise awareness.
- Get Involved: Volunteer your time and efforts to contribute to the campaign.
- Stand with Us: Sign up to become a supporter of this transformative movement by clicking here.
- Make your voice heard: Sign this petition and get your perspective heard by decision-makers
Your participation, no matter how small, plays a pivotal role in driving this collective call for change. Together, we can create a society that values and uplifts carers, care workers, and those who may require care.
You can read more about the campaign, and the 3 manifestos by visiting Bristol Women’s Voice website.
Join us in championing this vital initiative because caring is everybody’s business.