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Worldwide, women continue to contribute to social, economic, cultural and political achievement.

So how do we want to celebrate International Women’s Day 2016?

We say by Pledging For Parity!

Everyone – men and women – can pledge to take a concrete step to help achieve gender parity more quickly – whether to help women and girls achieve their ambitions, call for gender-balanced leadership, respect and value difference, develop more inclusive and flexible cultures or root out workplace bias. Each of us can be a leader within our own spheres of influence and commit to take pragmatic action to accelerate gender parity.

Commit to take action to accelerate gender parity

Globally, with individuals pledging to move from talk to purposeful action – and with men and women joining forces – we can collectively help women advance equal to their numbers and realize the limitless potential they offer economies the world over. We have urgent work to do. Are you ready to accelerate gender parity?

 

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Where: Toronto, Canada

After last year’s inaugural IWDTO event, #DevTO returns on March 7th 2016 with their 2nd Annual International Women’s Day Talks. In 2016  #DevTO are inviting 4 women in tech from across North America to visit us in Toronto to share inspiratational talks.

See last year’s event:

 

Where: Canberra, Australia

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In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) is proud to present a breakfast event in Canberra bringing together HR professionals, business leaders and those who honour this international celebration of women.

To register and find out more about this event.

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Where: London, United Kingdom

Women of the World festival celebrates women and girls and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential.

Hear from outstanding thought leaders, trailblazers, activists and innovators, and join the debate on wide-reaching topics from body image, sex, women in business, refugees and criminal justice, to transgender, race, disability and childcare.

Returning for its sixth year, the week-long WOW festival takes place in the week of International Women’s Day (8 March) and features over 150 events, including talks, debates, live music, comedy, workshops, our smash-hit WOW Speed Mentoring and the WOW Market.

Feed your mind, nourish your soul and quench your thirst for knowledge, change and ideas.

 

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Where: Gibraltar, Gibraltar

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FACE FRAMES GALLERY is excited to announce a new exhibition “Celebrating Female Creativity” to coincide with International Women’s Day on Tuesday March 8th 2016 at 18:30.

The original works for sale will consist of either sculpture, painting, illustration, collage or photographs created by women. We hope to inspire and bring people together, so if you’d like to support local creativity and a local charity – join us for drinks on Tuesday 8th March at 41D Town Range, Gibraltar, GX11 1AA.

 

Where: Melbourne, Australia

“Lydia Lassila: The Will To Fly” is perfectly timed to capture the growing positive shift in recognition of women in sports. The film supports the grassroots community and educational movements empowering young women to realize their maximum potential in all areas of life. The high quality big screen documentary is shot in stunning snow caped locations. It captures extraordinary athletic feats alongside moving personal stories. Some of the world’s most high profile athletes share the screen with Lydia and her family. This superbly crafted film is both entertaining and the perfect experiential talking point.

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The Will To Fly will premiere on International Women’s Day, March 8th 2016.

It will be available to the public in cinemas throughout Australia on March 10th.

Should your country not yet be listed in the above search, be the first to publish an event by providing information.

 

This feature originally appeared in International Women’s Day Events.

 

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