International Women’s Day Resources

Each year on 8 March, International Women’s Day is marked all around the world. You may wonder:

What is International Women’s Day all about? Who started it? Is it still relevant in 2024? 

Well, for starters, International Women’s Day as we know it has origins back to 1908 when 15,000 women took to the streets of New York to protest for shorter hours, better pay and working conditions, as well as voting rights!

IWDA has pulled together key information in the form of user-friendly digital factsheets, social media graphics and printable posters.

International Women's Day Factsheet

Download Factsheet [PDF]

Download Factsheet [DOCX]

Social media resources

What is International Women’s Day?

Download Instagram Carousel as ZIP file

Square Image Carousel for Instagram Grid or social media feed

Why International Women’s Day matters

Download Instagram Carousel as ZIP file

Square Image Carousel for Instagram Grid or social media feed

I am taking action because…

Download Instagram Carousel as ZIP file

Portrait Image Carousel for Instagram grid or social media feed

International Women’s Day 2024 (Square)

Download Single Image (Opens in new tab)

Single Image for Instagram grid or social media feed

International Women’s Day 2024 (Landscape)

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Single Image for social media feed

Make your own tile to share to socials

Do you think the world needs more feminist doctors? Teachers? Policies?  Adapt our tile to share your thoughts on socials.

Login to Canva and replace the text “insert your own” to express yourself this International Women’s Day!

 

International Women's Day Posters

Gender Equality Now

Angela Davis Quote

The World Needs Feminists.


 

International Women’s Day banner image credit to Keisha Leon of Leon Design.
From Leon Design: “The design reflects what is International Women’s Day, activism roots and global feminist movements to advance gender equality, and recognising that we still have a long way to go. We must speak up, step back and stand with, and move towards change.”

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