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 January 18, 2022

The International Women's Day (IWD) 2022 #BreakTheBias theme encourages everyone to develop a greater understanding about gender bias and be more aware of its existence. Knowing how gender bias can play out and having the courage and tenacity to pinpoint and call it out each time is key.

To support the annual IWD theme, groups worldwide deliver a wide range of impactful campaigns, projects, articles, and resources.

Is your organization running an IWD 2022 #BreakTheBias campaign, project or activity? Are you an individual embarking on a #BreakTheBias passion project to help forge positive change?

From committed individuals, to grassroots community groups and organizations, to industry giants - #BreakTheBias activity helps elevate the theme worldwide and educate about women's equality.    

Share your #BreakTheBias activity so they can potentially be promoted to the world.

IWD theme campaigns, resources and activity examples 

IWD themed campaigns, projects, articles, resources or further activity are wide and varied.

Here are some IWD themed activity examples from past years:

  • campaigns targeting key communities
  • creative projects (spoken word poetry, illustrations, typography, rap, etc)
  • informative articles or thought leadership pieces
  • training materials and resources
  • event activity items
  • magazine projects
  • interview series
  • competitions
  • videos
  • posters

Street artist Ms Snaps shares her #BreakTheBias creation

Street art is a key way to spread important messages across communities at a grassroots level.

In preparation for her #BreakTheBias streetscape, Ms Snaps gets her design underway. 

BreakTheBias poster resources

An IWD 2022 #BreakTheBias spoken word poem

Spoken word poetry supporting the IWD theme is a powerful resource. Anisa Nandaula shares her message via an engaging IWD video.

WAGGGS sees a worldwide #BreakTheBias campaign

The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) supports 10 million girls and young women across 152 countries, making it the world's largest international organization dedicated to girls and young women.

Each year, WAGGGS collaborates for IWD via engaging and extensive activity that sees significant impact worldwide. Here's one of the WAGGGS IWD 2022 #BreakTheBias posters.

WAGGGS #BreakTheBias IWD

#BreakTheBias training materials and information is key

Looking for a discussion starter video? Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris helps women who work in male-dominated fields get the careers they want and companies retain and develop the best of a diverse workforce. As a gender expert, career coach, author, consultant and mentor, Suzanne has helped hundreds of women not only survive in a male-dominated field but really thrive in it. 

"Understanding bias has been my wheelhouse for over 20 years; writing, presenting and helping individuals get ahead in their career, when they may be the ‘only person like themselves’ in the room, as well as helping employers reduce bias in their own organizations. I’m Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris and I’m absolutely delighted with this year’s International Women’s Day theme," says Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris.

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