In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, we are focusing our attention on supporting members and their local communities through this uncertain time. Our work on loneliness and mental health will be particularly important in tackling the challenges that many of us are facing.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions in place, some campaign actions have been paused or amended. You will find further information about our current areas of focus on each individual campaign page.
Our key campaigns are the main issues we are currently working on. You will find a list of all of our current campaigns below.
This campaign seeks to raise awareness of modern slavery in the UK. It also calls for better support for survivors, as well as more effective action to eradicate the problem.
This campaign seeks to promote registration to the aligned UK stem cell registry to enable more people to receive potentially life-saving stem cell transplants.
Our campaign seeks to raise awareness of the importance of attending routine cervical screenings, and support more women to make an informed decision about whether or not to take up their invitations.
The WI has a proud history of taking action to protect the environment. As a founding member of The Climate Coalition, we work to protect what we love from climate change, and lobby politicians to prioritise tackling the issue.
Our campaign explores the scale of the microplastic fibre pollution and calls on the government and industry to develop solutions to the problem.
We are seeking to raise awareness of the importance of local bus services and to empower members, WIs and federations to make the case for buses in their local communities.
This campaign calls on members to work alongside health and social care providers, and raise awareness of the causes and impacts of loneliness.
We are working to improve the way people view mental health and are calling for better support for those who need it.
This campaign encourages WI members to raise awareness and take action to end the scourge of violence against women.
Our campaign to reduce food waste and tackle food poverty. We are encouraging members and supermarkets to cut food waste and work more widely to address the issue of increasing food poverty.