March 8, 1911 just over a million women and men rally to mark the first International Women's Day.

In some countries IWD is a declared national holiday. But every get together, no matter how big or small, helps highlight IWD, and the need for continued vigilance and action.

Not a woman? Not a problem.

From backyard barbies, to picnics, and highly organised galas, everyone can be a part of International Women's Day. Fellas, why not organise an office morning tea?

The official UN Women Australia IWD Breakfast will be held on Tuesday 7th March 2017, 7:00am to 9:00am. 

This event is hosted by the WA IWD Collaboration of nine women’s service clubs: 


     *  Australian Local Government Women’s Association 
     *  Business and Professional Women WA 
     *  Country Women’s Association
     *  Graduate Women WA
     *  Ishar Multicultural Women's Centre

     *  Soroptimist International 
     *  UN Women Australia (Perth Chapter and Young UN Women Chapter) 
     *  Women’s Health and Family Services and 
     *  Zonta International

For more details and to register, please click this link:

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