We're harnessing the might of Mumsnet and putting it behind causes close to your heart. They range from This Is My Child and Let Girls Be Girls, to our Miscarriage Care and We Believe You campaigns and our campaign to change how Britain's libel laws affect online publishers like us. See our round-up of last year's activity here.
This page highlights all of our campaigning activity - both our own campaigns, and other causes we think you might like to hear about.
Your input is vital, so please do keep contributing your ideas and observations on the Campaigns topic in Talk.
Thousands of women have used Mumsnet to share heartbreaking stories illustrating where #miscarriagecare fell short. We're asking politicians to pledge to improve miscarriage care, based on our Code of Care, by the end of the next parliament.
In our survey into the UK's political culture, 61% of you said that Prime Minister's Questions offered an opportunity for MPs to hold the government to account, but only 13% thought the weekly sessions were actually effective. So we've launched a petition to give PMQs a refresh.
A myth-busting, awareness-raising campaign based on Mumsnetters' concerns over attitudes towards families with children with additional needs.
No More Page 3
As much as we love norks - with their many uses - here at Mumsnet, we think they're really not news. So, following on from this discussion we're very pleased to announce that we're getting behind the No More Page 3 campaign.
A report published by the Resolution Foundation, in conjunction with a Mumsnet survey, finds that the UK's high childcare costs are the biggest barrier to mothers taking on more work.