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Celebrating International Women's Day

Why a Holiday, why not?

International Women's Day (IWD) is a global holiday celebrated annually on March 8th to recognize the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, as well as to highlight the ongoing struggle for gender equality. The first International Women's Day was observed in 1909, and it has been recognized by the United Nations since 1975.

The Theme

The theme for International Women's Day changes each year, with the aim of bringing attention to different issues affecting women worldwide. Some recent themes have included "Choose to Challenge" in 2021, "Each for Equal" in 2020, "Balance for Better" in 2019, "Press for Progress" in 2018, and "DigitALL in 2023 raising awareness on innovation and technology for gender equality, highlighting gaps in STEM education and careers, while also calling attention to the online harassment many women face.

Celebration Guide

The day is marked by a variety of events and activities, including marches, rallies, conferences, and cultural events. Many organizations also use the day to launch initiatives or campaigns aimed at promoting gender equality and women's rights. Equality is a right, right?

Support the cause

While significant progress has been made toward gender equality in many parts of the world, there is still much work to be done to ensure that women are treated equally and have access to the same opportunities as men. International Women's Day provides an important opportunity to raise awareness of these issues and to work towards a more equitable future for all, but in this case, for all women!

We just want to say thank you for being as strong, resilient, and beautiful as each and every one of you are. You are appreciated.




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