The WASPI campaign (Women Against State Pension Inequality) is not going away. Working for British women who were born in the 1950’s, it needs your help in order to help you receive justice.
The biggest contribution that 1950’s born women can make to support the WASPI campaign is to write to their MP. If they have lived outside of the UK for over 15 years they can write directly to the Pensions Minister, Therese Coffey.
WASPI’s full campaign remains unchanged and its members will continue to work towards finding a solution for all women.
Last year WASPI was increasingly successful in that a large number of MP’s signed the ‘WASPI Pledge’, which means that an MP publicly declares his/her support for the WASPI campaign. With so many ‘new’ MP’s voted into office at the last General Election it is imperative that all women take action and write.
Ultimately, it is only a cross party vote in Parliament that will give WASPI a successful outcome.
All information on how to join and support WASPI International can be found on Facebook at WASPI International (ex pat 1950’s ladies fighting state pension changes).
WASPI campaigning outside Government
WASPI International is part of the Official WASPI campaign whose aim is to achieve fair transitional pension arrangements for all women born in the 1950s affected by State Pension Age changes. This translates into a ‘bridging’ pension to provide an income from age 60 until State Pension Age. NOT means-tested and with compensation for losses for those women who have already reached their SPA. We do not ask for a reversal of any Pension Act to age 60”. We are here to promote WASPI by sharing information, and actively participating in the campaign where possible.