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#BE BOLD FOR CHANGE

For International Women's Day 2017, internationalwomensday.com is asking you to #BeBoldForChange. Call on the masses or call on yourself to help forge a better working world - a more gender inclusive world.

International Women's Day as a vehicle for change, is it possible?

Last year, organizations and individuals around the world supported the #PledgeForParity campaign and committed to help women and girls achieve their ambitions; challenge conscious and unconscious bias; call for gender-balanced leadership; value women and men's contributions equally; and create inclusive flexible cultures. From awareness raising to concrete action, organizations rallied their people to pledge support to help forge gender parity on International Women’s Day (IWD) and beyond.

But the World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap won't close entirely until 2186. This is too long to wait. Around the world, IWD can be an important catalyst and vehicle for driving greater change for women and moving closer to gender parity.

"When a woman succeeds, she reaches out to those around her and pulls them up with her. That is why if you empower a woman, you empower a whole society.”

– Queen Rania of Jordan

What if the world truly stepped up to take bold action?

Will you #BeBoldForChange on International Women's Day 2017 and beyond by taking groundbreaking action that truly drives the greatest change for women?

Each one of us - with women, men and non-binary people joining forces - can be a leader within our own spheres of influence by taking bold pragmatic action to accelerate gender parity. Through purposeful collaboration, we can help women advance and unleash the limitless potential offered to economies all over the world  thus rolling over to Eradicating Child Poverty.

End Child Poverty commits to supporting womens  grassroots  projects that are geared towards impacting  childrens lives globally

Are you ready to #BeBoldForChange this IWD 2017 and beyond? To submit your #BeBoldForChange action visit the IWD website.

See more of our engagement in supporting Womens grassroots projects here