International women's day resources
International Women’s Day takes place on Sunday 8th March, with this year’s theme 'Each for Equal' prompts us to look at our own individual roles in forging a gender-equal world.
Do you celebrate women’s achievements? Are you tackling your own biases and those of others? What concrete actions will you take for equality? To help unlock some of that thinking, everywoman is providing a number of resources normally accessible only to members.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Over 600 like-minded women joined us at the everywoman in Tech Forum on 3-4 March to discover how promoting diversity, parity and inclusivity can futureproof both your business and own personal career. The event ran a programme of inspiring speakers to showcase the spirit, creativity and resolve of women who have succeeded in this male-dominated field.
everywomanNetwork members can register for the 'Pay it Forward' webinar running between 9 March 2020
2. IWD exclusive everywomanNetwork content, free to access for non-members for the month of March
Throughout March, you can access the below everywoman assets free of charge including an article, webinar, video and podcasts to inspire new thinking and actions for positive change.
4. Join the social media conversation
In the lead-up to #IWD2020 #EachforEqual, we will celebrate the global progress and achievements women made in the last year. We’ll be covering phenomenal stories from all corners of the world, so be sure to follow @everywomanUK on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for our top picks and remember to share your favourites with us.
5. Share your #IWD2020
If your organisation is celebrating #IWD2020 this year, no matter how big or small, remember to tag @everywomanUK on your social channels so we can join in and share your energy with our thriving community of followers.
“Diversity is messy: it is not easy or comfortable, because it’s built on difference. It’s built on accepting that your way is not the only way”.
"Microagressions can be multiple levels of things and often you’re not even aware how what you’re saying will impact those around you” – Melanie Welsh and Rachel Clarke of Strat House discuss unc
Access the resources
To access these resources, please leave your details.