Where the problems are man-made, the solutions are feminist.
Wen works on issues that connect gender, health and the environment. Through campaigning and local grassroots actions we encourage you to join us in taking action for a healthier planet.
ENVIRONMENSTRUAL WEEK 19TH-25TH OCT
Find out how you can help lead a revolution for healthy eco-friendly menstrual products. Environmenstrual Week is for everybody – whether you have periods or not.Get involved
TAKING CLIMATE ACTION TOGETHER
We’re excited to announce that Wen has received National Lottery funding from the Climate Action Fund to launch a new programme supporting community led climate action in our home borough of Tower Hamlets. Working with local residents and community organisations, this ambitious new project will focus on reducing the environmental impacts of our food system.read more
black lives matter. period.
We cannot be silent and must speak out against injustice and racism, and do everything in our power to end perpetual systems of oppression.
At Wen we wholeheartedly believe in this and aim to actively challenge racism in everything that we do. Challenging all forms of inequality, discrimination and power and how they interact together is at the heart of our intersectional feminist approach to the environment.⠀⠀⠀⠀read more
feminist green new deal
Wen and Women’s Budget Group have launched a Feminist Green New Deal Policy Paper. Read the summary briefing and the policy paper. Find out why we need a Feminist Green New Deal now.read more
Wen fights global problems around gender, health and our environment by taking action on issues affecting our bodies, homes and neighbourhoods. We create collaborative partnerships with organisations, academics and policy makers to launch projects and campaigns that make a real difference and improve lives.Find out more
inclusive, intersectional, environmental
Our feminism is inclusive, intersectional and environmental. In everything we do, we consider the intersection between gender, race, age, ability, sexual orientation and wealth. We believe that the fight for gender equality is inextricably linked to environmental, racial and social justice.