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Anthem released to mark International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Urban Voices Collective and Bond string quartet have teamed up with celebrated composer David Arnold to release the finale song from this year’s #March4Women: the classic women’s rights anthem “You don’t own me” reworked by Arnold, in aid of charity CARE International. The song and video has been released on YouTube, Google Play and itunes,...
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Thousands march for gender equality in London

Thousands marched on London campaigning for gender equality during Sunday’s March4Women. Around 10,000 protestors, including London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Helen Pankhurst, Bianca Jagger, Michael Sheen and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, came out in support of the Care International march. The march marks both International Women’s Day and the 100 year anniversary of women’s rights to vote in...
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CARE International’s #March4Women, London, UK 04 Mar 2017 featured

04/03/18: #March4Women | CARE International

Join CARE International UK for London’s annual #March4Women! 2018 marks 100 years since women in the UK first got the vote. Yet 100 years on, here in the UK and around the world, women are still too often subjected to sexism, abuse, harassment or violence. It’s time for this to end. #March4Women brings together people of all genders to call...
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WATC’s exclusive ticket to Suffragette, courtesy of CARE International

CARE International and Helen Pankhurst celebrated the launch of Suffragette last night, with an exclusive preview of the film – and WeAreTheCity were cordially invited. The event took place at London’s prestigious May Fair hotel and alongside a preview of the film, there was also a question and answer panel, featuring the director, Sarah Gavron,...
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08/03/2015 – CARE International’s Walk In Her Shoes

Join us on 8 March 2015 in celebrating International Women’s Day and launching Walk In Her Shoes on our Women’s Day Walk. We will have a performance from London’s premier West African music and dance ensemble, Wuntanara, and hear inspiring speeches from leading female figures before Helen and Laura Pankhurst lead our walk through London....
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