Some of the partners we work with include:
- Taff Housing Association
- Cadwyn Housing Association
- Cardiff Community Housing Association
- Adamsdown Resource Centre
- Cardiff Communities First
- The Workers Educational Association (WEA) Wales
- Carmarthenshire County Council
- Cardiff University Centre for Lifelong Learning
- The Equality & Human Rights Commission
- British Council
- Welsh Government
- National Assembly for Wales
And of course the National Federation of Women's Institutes who host our project in their Wales office.
Below is a list of links to our partner's websites, as well as some others which may be of interest.
- The NFWI www.thewi.org.uk/wi-in-wales
The National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) is the largest voluntary organisation for women in the UK, with 210,000 members in England, Wales and the Islands. The NFWI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities. As part of its commitment to providing women with more opportunities, the NFWI hosts and supports the Women Making a Difference project.
- Welsh Government www.wales.gov.uk
The Welsh Government is the devolved Government for Wales. They work to help improve the lives of people in Wales and make our nation a better place in which to live and work. The Welsh Government consists of The First Minister, Welsh Ministers, The Counsel General and Deputy Ministers. They are supported by Civil Servants who work across devolved areas that include key areas of public life such as health, education and the environment. Women Making a Difference currently receive funding from the Welsh Government Advancing Equalities Fund.
- Cardiff University Centre for Lifelong Learning www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn
Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning coordinates, develops, and promotes the University's lifelong learning activities and offers a clear gateway into the University for those unfamiliar with what they can offer. They aim to provide a range of interesting and useful courses to individuals and businesses. Currently both the WMAD Women into Public Life and Women in Management courses are accredited by the Centre.
- Workers Educational Association www.wea.org.uk/wales/
The Workers Educational Association (WEA) is a voluntary movement committed to the promotion and provision of educational opportunities in the widest sense. With due regard to Welsh language and culture and the diversity of communities in Wales, WEA is concerned particularly with those outside traditional education provision.
- WCVA www.wcva.org.uk/
The Welsh Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) is the voice of the voluntary sector in wales. They represent and campaign for voluntary organisations, volunteers, and communities. The vision of the WCVA is a Wales where everyone is inspired to work together to improve their lives, their communities, and the environment.
- EHRC Wales www.equalityhumanrights.com/wales/
The Equality and Human Rights Commission have a statutory remit to promote and monitor human rights; and to protect, enforce and promote equality across the nine "protected" characteristics – age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation and gender reassignment.
- National Assembly for Wales http://www.assemblywales.org/