With the International Women's Day 2021 theme so clearly calling on individuals and groups everywhere to choose to challenge bias, stereotypes, discrimination and inequality - we certainly have work to do. Courage calls to courage everywhere.
And some of this action certainly starts in the workplace.
HCL joined hands with Estée Lauder Companies to forge breast cancer awareness. Ideapreneurs Amena and Swati overcame challenges to pursue rewarding careers.
Amazon supported Black History Month and helped launch Black Equity at Work certification, plus hear from Amazon women forging careers in Ireland.
Medtronic report reveals their 100% gender pay equity in many countries. Dr Sally Saba explains Medtronic's inclusive mission and their Women's Network hosts a breast cancer awareness virtual event.
Avon Global Brand Purpose Leader, Natalie Deacon, explains Avon's Watch Me Now brand positioning.
Eaton Energy Storage Sales Manager in Norway, Hilde, discusses her job helping customers with energy efficiency.
Nottingham Trent University delivers engaging activities for Black History Month from film screenings to writing workshops.
AECOM President Lara Poloni addresses National Infrastructure Summit and Australian Financial Review features her career, company vision and key advice.
Arcadis Director Sabrina Mackin provides insight into how surveyors can help drive the green building agenda and promote sustainability.
Capgemini UK's Digital Unite collaboration is explained by Sally Caughey, while Lucy MacPherson praises apprenticeships as a great career pathway.
Diageo with its strong D&I commitment celebrates annual inclusion week and pledges to Change The Race Ratio campaign, while Director Danielle Robinson addresses diversity conference.
EBRD Gender and Economic Inclusion Director Barbara Rambousek discusses Middle East & North Africa business financing at Financial Times event.
F5 marks passing of US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg while Lori MacVittie discusses COVID-19 remote working.
Honeywell Global & EMEA Medical Director reflects on the importance of good mental health and reminds us it's OK to not be OK.
McDonald’s expands Historically Black Colleges and Universities student and alumni support, while Victoria participates in Passport to Success Explorer program learning valuable pre-employment professional skills.
Northrop Grumman participated in various virtual career fairs to increase STEM recruitment.
Schneider Electric marks awareness for Black and LGBT+ communities while SVP Tina Mylon joined CNN's Lisa Ling at WorkhumanLive.
Spirax-Sarco Engineering Global Graduate Engineer Marcela Gutiérrez celebrates her first work anniversary.
Oracle uses innovative technologies to tackle real-world problems, so research their jobs and hear from the women who work there.
GlaxoSmithKline Agile Coach Clare explains why training and development opportunities make GSK a great place to work.
University of Sheffield podcast hosts female academics discussing coronavirus related topics from psychology to the arts.
Exyte has some great job vacancies for HR professionals, Process Engineers, Architects, Communication Specialists and more.
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International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Each year, organizations across the world collaborate on various IWD projects and participate in a year-long program of female-focused activity. See Partners, Supporters & Collaborators from this year.
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