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As a feminist brand that champions gender equality, The Body Shop will kick off Melbourne’s International Women’s Day march in style, by hosting an empowering pre-march celebration. Melbournians are invited to join The Body Shop and fellow activists at the free event which includes picket sign making, product workshops and uplifting tunes to get them pumped ahead of the march.

The Body Shop has long supported collective activism to highlight issues facing many women today and is encouraging everyone to embrace this year’s International Women’s Day theme ‘Generation Equality'. In store, attendees will find everything they need to craft powerful picket signs to champion women’s rights, alongside artists and influencers Montana Lower and Tash Sefton.

Local Melbourne DJ, Nina Sinclair will bring her girl-power inspired soundtrack and attendees can join a DIY Shea Lip Balm workshop before heading to State Library Victoria at 5pm to join the International Women’s Day march together.

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