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International Women's Day 2018 events in the UK and is there a march in London?

MARCH 8th marks International Women’s Day 2018, women (and men) across the globe are coming together to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations, and as a ca…

MARCH 8th marks International Women's Day 2018, women (and men) across the globe are coming together to celebrate women's achievements throughout history and across nations, and as a call to action for gender parity.

Here's the events going on in the UK and how to celebrate if you're in London...


International Women's Day is celebrated through a wide range of events, from talks, festivals, coffee mornings, marches and more

What events are taking place in the UK for International Women's Day?

Tons of different events take place to mark International Women's Day (IWD).

These include marches, fun runs, speaker events, global gatherings, awards, exhibitions, festivals, online events and many more.

Event can be held by charities, women's networks, schools, unis and other communities.

There are set to be tons of IWD events going on across the UK - see what's going on near you below.

Birmingham: Birmingham International Women's Day 2018 Celebration on Saturday 10th March, which is a free event involving a panel of inspirational female changemakers. You can reserve tickets here.

Manchester: Wonder Women Festival 2018, which runs through March and is a programme of exhibitions, tours, debates, performances and one-off screenings.

Leeds: International Women's Day 2018 Conference on 8th March, which promises to be "A day filled with inspiration, motivation and education." You can reserve tickets here.

Liverpool: Women Are My Sisters, Not My Competition on 8th March, where women from all walks of life come together to network. You can reserve tickets here.

Newcastle: The Women's 100, which has been running through Feb and March, includes a packed programme of events to take part in.

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London mayor Sadiq Khan joined in the International Women's Day march on Sunday 4th March

What is there to do for IWD in London and was there a march?

On Sunday 4th March, women across the capital joined the #March4Women march to mark International Women's Day.

If you missed that, there are still tons of ways to celebrate the day.

These include Women of the World Festival 2018 from 9th-11th March, The Marguerite International Women’s Day Party on 8th March, International Women’s Day Breakfast Morning on 8th March, Hip Hop Karaoke International Women's Day special on 8th March and Women in Focus Festival from 10th-11th March.

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