#March4Women brings people of all genders together to celebrate women's achievements and campaign for women's rights - and we couldn't do it without the support of our fantastic collaborators. A big thank you to the following organisations:
The Circle NGO, founded by Annie Lennox, connects and inspires women to work together to achieve equality for women and girls in a fairer world.
The Fawcett Society are a leading voice in the campaign for gender equality and women’s rights.
The First 100 Years is a ground-breaking history project, supported by the Law Society, the Bar Council and CILEx, charting the journey of women in law since 1919.
The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors in England and Wales, and works to promote the highest professional standards and the rule of law.
Lean In is a global community dedicated to helping women achieve their ambitions.
Muslim Women's Network UK (MWNUK) is the only national Muslim women's organisation in Britain. MWNUK is a network that shares knowledge, connects voices, and promotes the needs of diverse Muslim women.
Nisa-Nashim is bringing the Jewish and Muslim communities in Britain closer together by setting up groups of women who build personal friendships, grow as leaders and benefit wider society through programmes and initiatives.
Pinterest helps you discover and do what you love.
Stylist is the weekly magazine for women featuring feminism, fashion, beauty, lifestyle trends and news.
UNISON is one of the UK’s largest trade unions, serving more than 1.3 million members.
UN Women was created in 2010 to direct UN activities on gender equality issues. Its aim is to remove the social and cultural barriers that prevent women and girls from achieving their potential.
Our production partner White Light provides audio-visual and staging services to events of all sizes across the UK, Europe and worldwide.
The White Ribbon Campaign is the largest global effort of men working to end male violence against women. The campaign aims to educate and raise awareness of violence against women, and to engage men in these issues.