Make International Women's Day (#IWD2021) your day and do what you can to truly make a positive difference for women.


International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March every year. It is a chance to celebrate women’s history, remember women’s struggles and to focus on women’s resistance across the world.

In the last few years, women have lead inspiring movements globally - from the women of India campaigning against sexual violence to the women of Palestine on hunger strike against illegal occupation to the #MeToo movement.

International Women’s Day was first established by Clara Zetkin, a German marxist and feminist activist back in 1911. The link between women’s struggles and working class struggles is an important one. 

There are 10 values that guide International Women's Day: Justice > Dignity > Hope > Equality > Collaboration > Tenacity > Appreciation > Respect > Empathy > Forgiveness

By joining Unite you too can get involved in achieving equality for the diversity of women of all ages.

Watch the Unite video for #IWD2020 showing women fighting back in the workplace and winning

As International Women’s Day approaches why not follow @womansday on Twitter or visit the International Women’s Day website to find out more.