A new educational tool has been launched to help schools discuss periods in the classroom. Hey Girls, a social enterprise whose mission is to end period poverty in the UK, has launched the resources to help schools, community groups, and parents to have positive conversations about periods. ‘My Period’ is a pack of 50 cards […]Read More
Hey Girls, a social enterprise set up to tackle period poverty, has launched a UK-wide #Pads4Dads campaign. Aimed at men, the campaign encourages Dads to feel more confident speaking to their daughters about periods.Read More
Scottish football club Hibernian FC have become one of the first professional clubs to help tackle period poverty for fans and its community.
The club has partnered with Hey Girls, a Dunbar-based social enterprise company set up to tackle period poverty, to provide free products for fans at Easter Road.Read More
Unite the Union has launched a ‘period dignity’ campaign calling on employers to provide free sanitary products in workplace toilets.Read More
A project launched in Wolverhampton to tackle period poverty has reached 11,000 people in its first month.Read More
A social enterprise is set to provide free sanitary productsRead More