International Women’s Day 2022 Liverpool: IWD events near me celebrating women’s achievements and equality

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International Women’s Day is upon us, a day in which the world celebrates and supports the role of women in society - so what events can you go to in Liverpool to embrace this occasion?

Tuesday, 8 March is the date that the world celebrates International Women’s Day.

A day devoted to celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.

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Every year International Women’s Day has a theme, and for 2022 it is #BreakTheBias which will help bring attention to the deliberate or unconscious biases against women.

International Women’s Day Party

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Taking place on Tuesday, 8 March, join this event at Future Yard for a super celebration of International Women’s Day.

Featuring a number of performances from popular singers in the region, there is also an ‘Open Mic’ night to be enjoyed too.

Tickets for this event cost £7.70 per person, with all profit donated to the local female-focused charity in Birkenhead - visit Future Yard, Birkenhead to grab your tickets and to find out more.

Doors open at 7 pm and the event starts at 8pm.

75 Argyle Street, Birkenhead, CH41 6AB

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Next Chapter Networking

Next Chapter Networking

This networking event is the perfect opportunity to meet new people, eat and celebrate International Women’s Day.

Family friendly and relaxed, meet some inspirational female special guests.

The event takes place on March 8 and is free of charge, but you will need to register your attendance by visiting the Eventbrite webpage.

MD Creative Resource Centre, 14 Bridge Street, St Helens, WA10 1NN

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International Women’s Day Social

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A huge social event where like-minded women can meet, have a few drinks and celebrate International Women’s Day 2022.

The event starts at 6 pm on Thursday, 10 March and is totally free of charge, but you need to register your attendance by visiting the Eventbrite webpage.

LEAF Bold Street, 65-67 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4EZ

LJMU International Women’s Day event on Menstrual Poverty

The Period Project

Partnered with Period Project Merseyside, the Public Health Institute are hosting an event to create awareness and address period poverty within the region.

This event will teach you everything about period poverty, as well as through an arts based element that you can participate with.

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Donations of tampons, pads, underwear and wet wipes are greatly appreciated.

You can attend this event free of charge, but you will need to register your attendance which you can do through their Eventbrite webpage.

This event takes place on Monday, 7 March - the event starts at 6:30 pm before concluding at 8:30 pm.

Copperas Hill, Liverpool

Celebrating Black creatives in Liverpool


If you are looking for an International Women’s Day event that celebrates black women and non-binary creatives in Liverpool, you have just found it!

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With food available as soon as you walk through the door, enjoy a number of vocal and comedic performances, as well as a group panel discussion and a digital showcase.

The event takes place Tuesday, March 8 and will be totally free as it is funded by National Museums Liverpool - so get yourself a ticket on their Eventbrite webpage as they are going quickly.

It starts at 6 pm before concluding at 9 pm.

District, 61 Jordan Street, Liverpool, L1 0BE

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