IWD Gallery

International Women's Day image gallery

Worldwide, millions of people mark International Women's Day (IWD) on March 8. The day provides an important opportunity to reinforce commitment and action forging women's equality, while also celebrating women's achievements. Fighting the good fight continues all year and IWD sees the world step forward to support a campaign theme that unifies action in helping forge an inclusive world.

Each year the conversation grows, activity escalates, action increases, inclusive mindsets prevail - and we get closer to an equal world. Thank you to everyone who shares the vision, cares about equality, and takes action to make the world a better place.


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Thank you to the women's equality advocates below for sending in their image to amplify the cause.

Naomi Chabeya Mzembe

Naomi Chabeya Mzembe, Malawi

Santos (Friendship Bridge)

Santos (Friendship Bridge), Guatemala

Oluremi Johnson

Oluremi Johnson, Nigeria

Goodness Richard

Goodness Richard, Nigeria

Soroptimitist Int

Soroptimitist Int'l (Hills District), Australia

Sherryn Russell & daughters

Sherryn Russell & daughters, United Kingdom

Webcor Group

Webcor Group, United Arab Emirates

Jepchirchir Chemweno

Jepchirchir Chemweno, Kenya

Dawn Callahan

Dawn Callahan, United States

Suzanne Doyle

Suzanne Doyle, United Kingdom

Malazidah Binti Musa

Malazidah Binti Musa, Malaysia

Jackline Chris

Jackline Chris, Tanzania

Alusine Bangura

Alusine Bangura, Sierra Leone

Wanda Abreu & Kerry Hull

Wanda Abreu & Kerry Hull, United States

Pueyen Lee

Pueyen Lee, Japan

Punam Chandel

Punam Chandel, India

Natalie Patterson

Natalie Patterson, United States

Rotary Women (District 9705)

Rotary Women (District 9705), Australia

Priyanka Anand Sheoran

Priyanka Anand Sheoran, Canada

Cody Grech

Cody Grech, United States


View the 2021 Gallery

See some of the women's equality advocates from 2021 who showed their solidarity and helped #ChooseToChallenge.

Over 6,000 advocates submitted their images of solidarity in 2021.

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