#March4Women 2018

2018 marks 100 years since (some) women in the UK were legally allowed to vote. One hundred years on, here in the UK and around the world, women are all too often subjected to abuse, harassment or violence. Join us to #March4Women worldwide so women and girls can live, learn, earn and lead with safety, dignity and respect. Sign up to attend for free at the bottom of this page.

CARE International’s #March4Women, which The Fawcett Society is partnering on, brings together people of all genders to end the injustice of gender discrimination and inequality, and help make a more equal world – for everyone.

Women making a difference around the world

Join us to #March4Women in March 2018 and celebrate the trailblazing women of then and now, who fought and continue to fight for equality. 

Men have a part to play too

We were thrilled to see so many men and boys join us to #March4Women in 2017 – take a moment to find out why. We welcome all activists and allies for gender equality at #March4Women.

#March4Women in the news

Take a look at some of the highlights from 2017: 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.

Join us in March 2018

Save the date: join us on Sunday 4 March 2018 for the biggest, noisiest and most celebratory #March4Women yet! Sign up to attend for free using the link below.

Sexism, harassment and violence are huge barriers that women face globally in the workplace. Last year, #March4Women supporters called on the government to do more to support vulnerable refugees, especially women and girls. With #March4Women 2018 we will be asking you to join us in calling for an end to gender-based discrimination and violence in the workplace, around the world. Read Fawcett's landmark Sex Discrimination Law Review to find out why this is a critical time to reform the law so women everywhere have better access to justice.