International Women’s Day 2024 campaign theme is ‘Inspire Inclusion’

The campaign theme for International Women’s Day 2024 is Inspire Inclusion.

When we inspire others to understand and value women’s inclusion, we forge a better world.

And when women themselves are inspired to be included, there’s a sense of belonging, relevance, and empowerment.

Collectively, let’s forge a more inclusive world for women.

Read more about a definition of what it means to inspire inclusion here.


Anna Marie Dean

“If you can get your foot in the door, there could be a whole new world out there for you. There really are so many amazing opportunities for anyone and everyone.”

Emilie Weaving

” I think people need to find their own way whatever that might be. I’m a huge advocate for apprenticeships, because at the end of the day, the companies are paying for your education at the same time.”

Sophie Hemming

Sometimes perseverance is key to a successful career because while it may not always be an easy journey, following your dreams is always worth it

Rachel Murray

Rachel Murray, AKA Paint By Rach, is a woman on a mission when it comes to raising the female profile in the bodyshop.

Julia Muir

Julia Muir, Founder and Chief Executive of Gaia Innovation, and Founder UK Automotive 30% Club has been listed in the top 100 on the FT and HERoes Champions of Women in Business 2018 list.

Elain Brice

Despite a push to create a more diverse automotive workforce, there is still a gap between the ratios of men to women. This may be down to more social stigmas and the jobs women are perceived to fit into. We know that whether you are male or female you can do anything you set your mind to. An area that seems to show most improvement in the increase of females in the industry, whether in a working role or volunteering, is the Motorsport sector. Below is an inspiring case study from a woman that we met at Santa Pod, who has made her way through roles in this sector ignoring or pushing through any social stigma or boundary she may have faced.

Linda Jackson

Linda Jackson is leading the charge at the Stellantis Group to change the future of automotive, as well as working hard to make the industry more inclusive. MotorPro sits down with the Chief Executive of Peugeot to understand how automotive needs to change

Cat Treanor

Cat Treanor is UK-Electude business development manager, and the 2019 winner of the “Contribution to the IMI Award”.  The UK-Electude business development manager shares her passion for the industry, and how she’s fighting stereotypes

Rebecca Jackson

This racing driver explains how she went from horse riding to putting down some serious horsepower at Le Mans


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