We are the spirit of that day - 21st Jan 2017 when millions of women and allies, many who would never before have called themselves feminists or women’s human rights defenders, poured out on to the streets because we knew we had to make ourselves seen and heard.
We are now a network of 100+ Chapters and thousands of Members worldwide who continue to take action every day in our local communities to advance women’s human rights.
Guided by the values of collaboration, radical empathy, and solidarity, we prioritise mobilisation across focus areas to build coalitions with truly grassroots organisers. Our goal is to amplify and support their work.
Our work isn’t done.
We invite you to take action in your own community. What do YOU want to change? We know it’s not always easy, but we hope you will. Together we can create a space for women to unite and empower each other. Let’s lift up our voice.
Billions of women worldwide still do not have access to basic human rights. We want to change that.
We do this in two ways.
This movement stands on the shoulders of all the activists who have come before us.
Women’s March Global brings together people from around the world, some who never previously considered themselves feminists or women’s human rights defenders. Now new and seasoned activists unite to solve the most pressing issues locally and globally.
Women’s March Global supports our Community to tell their stories. We expand collective action with the visibility, power, and energy of this movement. The way forward is together.
Women’s March Global and Women’s March (also known as Women’s March, Inc. or Women’s March USA) share a name and an origin point - 21 January 2017. Beyond that, Women's March Global and Women’s March, Inc. are separate organisations with different leadership and different organisational structures. Most importantly, we have different missions.
Women’s March Global predominantly works outside the United States, representing Chapters all around the world, uniting and supporting them to lead in their local communities.
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