On 8 March 2020 women across the world will again strike against the unfair conditions under which we live.
Last year half a million people in the UK were forced to rely on food banks, one in six parents went hungry to feed their kids while billionaires and corporations paid no tax.
Women’s unpaid work – like childcare, cooking and cleaning – props up the world’s economy. As parents and carers, we resent our love being undervalued and exploited. We are going to celebrate International Women’s Day by withdrawing our free labour for one day and, instead, imagining, together with our children, a future in which all work is valued and shared.
Join us for a day of collective joy, when we will get to rest and socialise, while experienced male childminders care for our kids. We will share toys, craft activities and fun games and enjoy a meal provided by Cooperation Town, a local community-led food co-op. All genders welcome.