Image: White Bear Studio
Groups worldwide run impactful International Women's Day awareness raising campaigns
Around the world, groups show their support for International Women's Day through a range of exciting ways from events and awards through to performances, competitions, artistic creations and sporting matches.
One example of a creative campaign is a woman-owned design business in the east end of London in the UK who is encouraging their community to make #EachforEqual posters to help raise awareness about gender equality.
White Bear Studio's Design For Equal poster project aims to collectively call for greater action when it comes to the rise of women in the design industry - along with greater equality for all.
"We’re a female-led studio with a majority female team, so gender equality in business and our industry has always been a pressing issue for us. And when we say gender equality, we mean it across the board. We want to see women and men of all ages supported in their career from a young age and well on through to parenthood and beyond," says White Bear Studio.
"#EachForEqual means that everyone needs to be in the fight for equality together. Equality for women means equality for all genders and people. Design in particular has a very important role to play in communicating these ideas. Our poster project is a call to arms to all designers, poets, and creatives of all shapes and forms to join us in helping spread the word," said the studio.