What is #March4Women?
Our world today is still shockingly unequal. But we believe we can achieve gender equality if we join together to stand up and speak out. CARE International’s #March4Women brings people together to end the injustice of gender inequality, and help make a more equal world – for everyone.
Take action for refugee women
Speakers at the #March4Women event to celebrate International Women's Day – including Syrian refugee Muzoon Almellehan, Malala Fund campaigner for girls’ education – drew attention to the challenges being faced around the world today by refugee women and girls. Find out how you can email your MP and ask them to speak out and take action to protect vulnerable refugees.
Pledge to walk in solidarity with women and girls this May
Show your solidarity with women and girls around the world who spend their days walking to collect water instead of going to school or work. Sign up to our Walk In Her Shoes challenge to help bring safe water closer to home, so more women and girls can fulfil their potential.
7 women to inspire you: read about trailblazing women and girls who are taking action for a more equal world.
We were thrilled to see so many men and boys join us to #March4Women – take a moment to find out why.
#March4Women in the News
The #March4Women event in London was covered by some 250 UK and international media outlets - helping to spread the word about the fight for gender equality.
Take a look at some of the highlight: Annie Lennox and Dr Helen Pankhurst joined Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain to discuss feminism, the Daily Mirror interviewed Human Rights Activist Bianca Jagger on the current state of gender inequality, and The Guardian featured the march as the kick-off event ahead of International Women’s Day 2017.
We are grateful to our partners who helped us to #March4Women on Sunday 5 March.