CARE International’s #March4Women is a global movement for gender equality: it’s for anyone and everyone who wants to see a more equal world. Everyone is welcome. Read more in our #March4Women FAQs.
JOIN US ON SUNDAY 8th MARCH 2020
On Sunday 8th March 2020, we will be holding a rally and a march in central London to call for urgent action on gender inequality and the climate crisis – because climate justice = gender justice.
Tickets for the indoor rally (starting at 12 noon at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre; tickets £5; concessions available) are on sale now.
The march in central London will start from a location nearby at 1.30pm – the march is absolutely FREE to join, and everyone is welcome!
Read more about the International Women’s Day rally and march in our #March4Women FAQs.
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CLIMATE JUSTICE = GENDER JUSTICE
The burden of dealing with the impacts of the climate catastrophe falls harder on women and girls. They are the ones who pick up the pieces after extreme weather, droughts, floods, storms. They are the ones on the frontline when crops fail, when food is short, when water is scarce. They are the ones who provide for their families and support their communities.
Globally and locally, women and girls are the ones speaking up the loudest for change. They are the ones calling out the injustices that have led us to this crisis point. The ones saying enough is enough.
#MARCH4WOMEN IS LISTENING. #MARCH4WOMEN IS SPEAKING OUT.
We are going to celebrate the power and passion of women and girls who are on the frontline of responding to climate change. We are going to call for urgent, immediate, and concrete action for climate justice and gender justice by governments around the world – including the new UK government.
Are you with us? People of all genders, will you join us on International Women’s Day and raise your voice for a fairer, more equal, more just, world?
Because without gender justice, there won’t be climate justice. So let’s make both happen.
Find out more on our #March4Women FAQs page.