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South Wales Equality Group

South Wales Equality Group

Who are we?

A voluntary group with branches across South Wales, affiliated with the UK Equality Trust. We believe that many of the greatest problems we face in our communities are due to socio-economic inequality – this affects citizens regardless of socio-economic status. Our members are of all ages and backgrounds.

What do we do?

Our work aims to improve the quality of life for everyone by raising awareness of the effects of socio-economic inequality. We meet regularly to discuss issues related to inequality, and to develop our own campaigns. We host events, such as film screenings and debates. Our work aims to find effective solutions through political and social change to improve the quality of life for everyone in our communities.

What is inequality?

Economic inequalities are most obviously shown by people’s different positions within the economic distribution – income, pay and wealth. However, people’s socio-economic positions are also related to other characteristics, such as whether they have a disability, their ethnic background, or their sex.

What can you do?

Involving all kinds of people who share our priorities is crucial to our work, and we are always delighted to welcome new members and hear about similar projects. Get in touch with us to hear more about our activities and share your ideas, suggestions and skills. Join us at our meetings to organise campaigns, events and communications.

Who are we?

A voluntary group with branches across South Wales, affiliated with the UK Equality Trust. We believe that many of the greatest problems we face in our communities are due to socio-economic inequality – this affects citizens regardless of socio-economic status. Our members are of all ages and backgrounds.

What do we do?

Our work aims to improve the quality of life for everyone by raising awareness of the effects of socio-economic inequality. We meet regularly to discuss issues related to inequality, and to develop our own campaigns. We host events, such as film screenings and debates. Our work aims to find effective solutions through political and social change to improve the quality of life for everyone in our communities.

What is inequality?

Economic inequalities are most obviously shown by people’s different positions within the economic distribution – income, pay and wealth. However, people’s socio-economic positions are also related to other characteristics, such as whether they have a disability, their ethnic background, or their sex.

What can you do?

Involving all kinds of people who share our priorities is crucial to our work, and we are always delighted to welcome new members and hear about similar projects. Get in touch with us to hear more about our activities and share your ideas, suggestions and skills. Join us at our meetings to organise campaigns, events and communications.