Women’s March Global

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

In 2017, millions of women and allies around the world, many of whom never saw themselves as activists or social justice warriors, took to the streets because they knew they had to make themselves seen and heard. Today, Women’s March Global supports marchers—predominantly outside the US—who continue to organize mass action in their local communities on behalf of issues that deeply affect all women, everywhere.

Top Concerns

  • Ending violence
  • Reproductive rights
  • LGBTQI+ rights
  • Workers’ rights
  • Civil rights
  • Disability rights
  • Immigrant rights
  • Indigenous rights
  • Climate justice


marchers worldwide


Local chapters



I march because I am not less than anyone else on this earth.

Self-described ‘pissed off female,’ USA 

The Global Count

As part of the Generation Equality Forum in 2021, Women’s March Global asked women, non-binary, and transgender people from every country, culture, and racial background what issues are most important to them, what should be done to solve problems, and what meaningful progress looks like in ten years. Today Global Count carries on, focused on holding leaders accountable for promised gender equality actions.

Add your voice

For us to ensure maximum impact, we need to unite, raise our voices collectively, and spread the word. Can we count on you?

Voices from Women’s March Global

I march because generations of girls depend on our results.

Maryjacob Okwuosa, Nigeria

I value equal rights for all.

Solomon Paul, India

I march for a better future for myself and my generation.

Charlotte Vostri, Australia

I march for a better tomorrow.

Vivienne Ho, Canada

I march for all the girls who live in a state where they are discriminated against just because of their gender, and cannot speak up.

Sham Aljabouri, Syria


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