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Every Period Counts

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School classes missed each year due to period poverty, shame and inequality.

Every Period Counts


Every day students are missing out on class because of period poverty, shame and inequality.

We’re calling for action from schools, local and national government on shame free access to period products, information and support for all students. 

Join the movement and make the right to period products and education in schools a reality for everyone. Period.

Share Your Period Story

Add your voice

Tell us about your experiences of having your period in school and why you need things to change

Write to Your MP

Tell them why things need to change

We’ve created a template letter & instructions- its easier than booking a takeaway.

Join the Period Parade

Westminster. 2-4pm, 28th May.

To deliver our stories and demands in a shame shifting parade of red glitter, feathers and period power.

“When I needed to go to the bathroom during class [I] wasn’t allowed as I ‘should’ve gone during break’.”

“I can walk in and get a condom in a minute if I wanted, but to get a tampon I need to go into reception, ask the receptionist to radio the caretaker, who takes ages to come and take me to a locked cupboard hidden away.”

Read more stories here

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Our Allies

The organisations and groups supporting young people’s voices and priorities for period dignity in UK schools.

The Empower Period Network


This campaign is hosted by the Empower Period Network, a network of young activists committed to eradicating period inequality and shame in the UK.

This campaign is partly funded by a Game Changer grant from Modibodi. Visit the game changer grants webpage for more information.