Friday, February 20, 2009

International Women's Day, a Website, the World

International Women’s Day is the highlight in many a feminists calender with a splurge of educational, interesting and exciting events - we’ve already blogged about some plans organised by the Million Women Rise March in London - now you can see what’s happening across the globe.

The International Women’s Day website will act as a single source for women’s celebrations all over the world, with the opportunity for users to upload their events or search their country for anything happening in the name of IWD. Get online and get involved, and don’t forget to check out the International Women’s Day timeline and find out when and how the event got started.

You can also follow @Reuters_Women on Twitter for updates

Charlotte

Cross Posted @ The Femilist

2 comments:

Lucinda Marshall said...

The Feminist Peace Network is also posting numerous announcements of IWD events at http://www.feministpeacenetwork.org.

Sam said...

Amnesty UK is focusing on violence against women for International Women’s Day. We’re asking people to change their Facebook status, Myspace headline and tweet to raise awareness of the fact that each year, around 1 in 10 women in Britain experience rape or other violence. Check out www.oneten.org.uk