- UK, Doncaster Council: Women's Voices and Influence
- UK, Welsh Assembly Government: Bridging the Generational Gap
- UK, Accenture: Stretch Yourself - Achieving 50:50 in the boardroom by 2020
- Global, United Nations: Women and men united to end violence against women and girls
- Canada, Status of Women (Federal Gov): Strong Leadership. Strong Women. Strong World: Equality
- Australia, UNIFEM: United to End Violence Against Women
- Australia, Queensland Government Office for Women: Our Women, Our State
- Australia, WA Department for Communities: Sharing the Caring for the Future
- USA, IBM: Women@IBM - Success in the Globally Integrated Enterprise
You can find a listing of all the related events happening today across the globe on the IWD site. There are 452 events happening in the UK alone.
On Daybreak this morning, Annie Lennox said that her greatest wish for today was that the visibility of the event and the struggles women face all over the world would be heightened. So I'm asking everyone who reads this post to help in that process by posting a link to International Women's Day on their websites, their blogs, their Facebook accounts or their Twitter streams.
It's not just women supporting the day. Daniel Craig and Judi Dench appear in this short film about inequality made for this year's event. There's also an Open University group for this event.
This day is not about creating a war between men and women. As Annie said this morning, let's put down the weapons and start talking about women's issues and the challenges they face.