The #MakeMenopauseMatter team have been back in Westminster one year after the campaign started to revisit MPs to let them know about how the campaign is doing.
“The campaign aim that there should be more recognition of menopausal women in the workplace has found its mark with organisations that are reviewing, implementing or changing policies on the subject.” said Diane Danzebrink.
“And we will be keeping pressure on the health establishment to ensure doctors receive formal training on the subject during their training.
“One year on the campaign has been a fantastic success. But we want the momentum to continue, to fulfil our remaining two aims and to spread the message to everyone.” she added.
The team shook hands with many MPs during the day at Westminster, including Chi Onwurah, Tom Brake, Luke Pollard, Richard Burden, Caroline Dinenage, Vicky Ford, Jo Stevens, Paul Blomfield, Dawn Butler, Jim Shannon, Paula Sherriff, Kate Green, Robert Goodwill, Karin Smyth, Carolyn Harris, Vivendra Sharma, Stephen Gethins, Nick Thomas, Eleanor Smith, David Anness, Jackie Doyle Price, Luciana Berger, Barbara Keeley, Alex Cunningham and Nadine Dorries, to name just a few.