CARE International’s #March4Women is a global movement for gender equality and a celebration of International Women’s Day.


CARE International’s #March4Women is a global movement for gender equality

It’s a celebration of the power and the potential of women and girls around the world, to mark International Women’s Day (8th March).

It’s a rallying cry for anyone and everyone who wants to see a more equal world.

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#March4Women 2021 highlights

In 2021 brilliant activists and allies came together to demand equal representation.

Exclusive International Women's Day podcast

Tune in to an exclusive podcast to celebrate International Women's Day 2023 brought to you by Stylist and CARE International. Hosted by Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Helen Pankhurst.

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Online #March4Women event hosted by Stylist

The #March4Women online event hosted by Stylist took place on Sunday 7th March 2021.

The event features the unique #March4Women mix of inspiration and entertainment, including:

  • Music from Ider and Urban Voices Collective
  • Original, brand new poetry written especially for #March4Women from Nikita Gill
  • An awesome panel discussion hosted by Helen Pankhurst and featuring Adenike Oladosu, a young Nigerian climate activist; Dr Ihlas Altinci, a Syrian doctor working with women in humanitarian emergencies; and Dr Rachel Clarke, the inspirational campaigner and NHS doctor
  • Closing speech by Shola Mos-Shogbamimu

The recording of this brilliant event is free to watch on the Stylist website.

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Thank you to our partners

A big thank you to the following organisations who supported #March4Women 2021: Centenary Action Group / The Fawcett Society / Free Periods / Friends of the Earth / Greenpeace / Lean In / Muslim Women’s Network / She Changes Climate / Stylist / Unison / Wen (Women’s Environmental Network) / White Ribbon Campaign / WomanKind / Women for Refugee Women / Women’s Institute

#March4Women 2021 was supported by players of the PEOPLE’S POSTCODE LOTTERY.

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