International Women’s Day
Count Her In: Accelerating gender equality
through economic empowerment
Women’s economic empowerment is central to a gender equal world. When women are given equal opportunities to earn, learn and lead – entire communities thrive.
The theme for International Women’s Day 2024 is Count Her In: Accelerating Gender Equality Through Economic Empowerment.
Based on the priority theme for the United Nations 68th Commission on the Status of Women, Count Her In will examine the pathways to greater economic inclusion for women and girls everywhere.
While important progress has been made, women face significant obstacles to achieving equal participation in the economy.
Without equal access to education, employment pathways, financial services and literacy, how can we ever hope reach gender equality?
We must ensure women and girls are given equal opportunity to build their capabilities and strengthen their capacity to learn, earn and lead.
Get Involved with International Women’s Day
Join us for International Women’s Day, Friday 8 March 2024, as we hear from the leaders and changemakers who are working to re-shape systems and remove barriers so that all women and girls can realise their full potential and build better financial futures for us all.
Tickets to our pre-eminent International Women’s Day fundraising events will be released soon. Register your details to be notified and help us raise critical funds supporting the world’s women and girls.
Whether you’re an individual, an organisation, in Parliament, in the office, online, or at school – there are many ways to get involved and show your support for women and girls around the world on International Women’s Day.
Find Out More
To register your interest and find out more about how you can celebrate International Women’s Day 2024 with UN Women Australia, please fill out the form below.
Previous International Women’s Day Events
Take a look at our previous International Women’s Day events held across Australia, showcasing inspiring speakers that come together to celebrate the achievements we have made and highlight actions still needed to advance the gender equality agenda.