International Women's Day 2010

International Women’s Day 2010 Cambridge City Council Events

Posted in 2010 03 08, 2010 03 09, Eastern by womeninlondon on 20 February 2010

International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March each year.

It aims to promote positive change by raising awareness about problems women face in their everyday lives, and is also a chance to celebrate the achievements of women.

The stories of ordinary women as makers of history, participating in society on an equal footing with men, are central to the celebrations.

This date is commemorated at the United Nations. In many countries it is a national holiday, when women on all continents, often divided by national boundaries and by ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and political differences, come together to celebrate.

Council hosted events – March 2010

This year Cambridge City Council are hosting the following free events to celebrate International Women’s Day. Download the flyer for more details

8 March 6.30–8.30pm, Ross Street Community Centre, Romsey.
Evening of entertainment with performance poet Josephine Rollings and London-based comedienne Liz Bentle.

9 March 10am–2pm, Ross Street Community Centre, Romsey.
Information about courses and volunteering, plus a range of stalls and workshops including jewellery-making, shiatsu, singing, yoga and more. There will also be trash chic vintage clothes and shoes for sale. Then join us for lunch.

Non-Council hosted events – March 2010

International Women’s Day is celebrated across Cambridge with a range of free events held between 5 March and 13 March.

Download the International Women’s Day 2010 Events Guide for details of all Cambridge events and to see how to get involved

For further information about events hosted by the council, please email Caroline Biggs at or call 01223 471674; or email Ari Henry at or call 01223 457876.

For information about other events in Cambridge celebrating International Women’s Day, please telephone University of Cambridge’s Events team on 01223 332286.or go to


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