International Women’s Day videos form a big part of celebrations on March 8, as well as providing a call-to-action for gender parity. Here are some of the most powerful, popular, interesting, effective and fun IWD videos from around the world over the years – and there are many more.
Submit your International Women’s Day video
Submit your video for potential inclusion on the International Women’s Day website and social media channels. Remember, the IWD 2019 Best Practice Competition has a Best Video category. IWD videos are watched all over world – in schools, foyers, shopping centers, libraries, gymnasiums, hotels and at all sorts of events.
1. Dance your message to the world
The world is inspired by these fabulous dancers from India and they have a message for you!
2. Big change can start from little questions
For kids, gender makes no difference – see why!
3. The race is on
This video has been an all-time favourite, and provides some ‘must-see’ inspiration for young girls.
4. An awesome IWD #BalanceforBetter rap
This brilliant #BalanceforBetter Rap song sends a fabulous message about creating a better business – and a better world.
5. Did you know …
We’ve enjoyed this video since 2011 with its incredible facts and statistics about changes and developments impacting women in the workforce.
6. Time to party!
Get your purple gear on everyone and let’s celebrate International Women’s Day.
7. In every moment, no matter how small we can all press for progress
How did you press for progress on International Women’s Day?
8. Some times it is the hard cold facts that are more powerful
There are many issues facing women and girls around the world as they fight for equality and respect.
9. Sometimes comedy is a great way to get the message across
British comedians Flo and Joan celebrate International Women’s Day in their own special way, as only they would.
10. Iconic celebrities support International Women’s Day
Beyonce the American singer, songwriter, dancer and actress shared her female empowerment message with the world – and her fans shared theirs.
11. Actively involve your friends, colleagues and community
Over the years, various groups have called on their communities to spread the word and celebrate International Women’s Day in all its many forms.
12. What happens when you ask girls one important question?
Being judged, labelled, deiscriminated against – girls around the world know how it feels.