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All women deserve a shout out – on IWD – act TODAY

Walking  though Charing Cross, London yesterday Soroptimist Caroline my friend could not help but notice the enormous electronic bill board over #CouttsBank.   Today is International Women’s Day. Well done @Coutts, great to see businesses heralding the successes of women leaders in a world dominated in

Educate Girls – Access Prosperity & Reduce Gender Bias

#IWD2023 is not just one day… Technology is way too important for women to be excluded from its development and use. Encourage all girls to study school subjects like mathematics, single sciences, technology, programming and keep doors open at ‘A’ level and for university access,

Three days – Make a difference #IWD is on Wednesday

A kind word, a small action, recognition, a neighbourly act, genuine praise, a moment of respite. All small things that matter when women and girls are working to achieve Equity and Equality. On International Women’s Day March 8th think about the women around you in

TV Recommendation on ALJazeera & March Business Meeting etc etc..

Femicide Catch up with Thursday’s excellent ‘Witness’ TV Report on Aljazeera 12-1pm on action against domestic violence and Femicide in Italy. Some inspiring women and men, victim parents and commentators, well done #AlJazeera. March SIWAD Soroptimist Meeting We welcome a guest speaker who can update

Watch out for #IWD Posters around Elmbridge

Join women worldwide as we celebrate the UN Women’s Day #IWD2023.  International Women’s Day 2023 campaign theme: #EmbraceEquity For International Women’s Day and beyond, let’s all fully #EmbraceEquity. Equity isn’t just a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have. A focus on gender equity needs to be part of

#EmbraceEquity for Women & Girls

Cathy, is ready for #IWD on March 8th, she's #EmbracingEquity for women and girls. Find out more at 1330hrs tomorrow. Join our SIGBI Webinar. Register ahead to learn about #IWD 

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Women young and old are diagnosed with ovarian cancer a silent often deadly disease. Early detection by recognising the symptoms, keeping a symptom diary, accessing clinical evaluation and tests can save a life or expose other hidden female abdominal issues. As working women, wives, mothers,