Thank you to the 'Friends of IWD'
Each year, on an annual basis, proposals are invited from grassroots groups and community-focused organizations who share a passion for forging women's equality.
Friends of IWD galvanize their extensive communities and stakeholders as they deliver agreed IWD co-branded campaign activity for International Women's Day that supports and promotes the annual IWD campaign theme for awareness raising and action.
Friends of IWD comprise a different relationship from IWD Partners, IWD Supporters, IWD Collaborations, IWD Charities of Choice and IWD Flagship Event Partners.
Friends of IWD activity is generally an IWD competition, IWD themed campaign, or IWD equality initiative - and they are always community-focused.
To submit a proposal, please contact us.
IWD 2020 sees a range of exciting activity
Thank you to Friends of IWD 2020. With their help and support, the world gets to enjoy and participate in some very exciting activity that raises greater awareness about women's equality - and provides important opportunities to celebrate and showcase the achievements of women.
While the field of graphic design has certainly seen an increase in women, sadly the world of typography is still dominated by men. But we aim to challenge that through celebrating the work of women typographers worldwide. With the help of the global Typism Community, women typographers worldwide have been submiotting their #EachforEqual and #IWD2020 creatiuons. Read more about it right here.
IMAGE: Jasmine Holmes, Graphic Designer & Lettering Artist
How exciting is it when you see vibrant social statements creatively sprawled across public spaces! Women street artists worldwide are on the rise and their work is incredible. Public art inspires communities, broadcasts important messages and excites diverse audiences. We're working with International Women's Crew, so find out more about the brilliant IWD 2020 Women Street Artists Competition.
IMAGE: IWD street art mural in Darwin Australia by Ms Snaps and Ms Polly
To support the IWD 2020 #EachforEqual campaign theme, Speaking Rights is helping us call for rappers worldwide to create an #EachforEqual rap to support International Women's Day and beyond. Check out the awesome #EachforEqual rap by award-winning London rapper C Cane who kicked off the global call for IWD raps.
Read more about the brilliant IWD 2020 Project for Women Rappers and help us celebrate women rappers and their messages of equality like never before.