A number of events have been planned across the Bailiwick to mark International Women's Day 2023, with a few highlighted here.
Schools, businesses, and community organisations, have all arranged for guest speakers or debates on topics which affect women and girls.
The Ladies' College will launch its IWD focus with a panel discussion tonight (7 March) exploring "the interaction between gender inequality and the digital world".
Chaired by the Lieutenant Governor, the panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities that girls face in navigating digital spaces.
This event starts at 18:00 tonight and is open to the public with opportunities for questions from the floor. Places can be reserved HERE.
Pictured: Daniele Harford Fox is Principal of The Ladies College which is "committed to promoting gender equality and empowering girls and young women to be leaders and change-makers in the digital age".
Tomorrow morning students from Les Beaucamps High and other schools will join with around 100 women at St Pierre Park Hotel to celebrate IWD with the Soroptimists International of Guernsey.
The breakfast briefing will see motivational speaker Tanya Scholtz discuss her accountancy work and her passion for rugby and other sports.
Express will be meeting with pupils from Les Beaucamps after the briefing to discuss what inspiration they derived from the event.
Pictured: 130 women and students will gather at St Pierre Park Hotel for a motivational breakfast to launch International Women's Day.
Tomorrow evening there will be a celebration of female creatives and their individual talents at St James - with a handpicked selection of musicians and artists produced by local women and girls.
Musically the entertainment will be provided by Emily Fern, Rachel Dawson, Eloise Fabbri, Kiya Ashton, Hollie Thorne, and The Ukaladeez.
Artwork will be by Tiffany Anna, Tyler Ayres, Sian Jones, Lupin Vivian, Joni Elizabeth, and Teresa Stoakes.
There were still a few tickets left at the time of writing, available from eventbrite HERE.
Pictured: IWD events continue into the weekend.
With International Women's Day falling on a weekday this year, one event has been saved for the weekend.
The De La Rue will host a DJ night this Saturday night, with and all-woman line up, raising funds for the Vale Earth Fair Collective.
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