Wed Mar 8th

International Women's Day

On March 8th each year, the social, economic, and political achievements of women around the world are commemorated. International recognition of gender parity is also brought by the day. According to the World Economic Forum, gender parity is expected to be achieved by 2133.

Both gender and economic status are guaranteed, regardless of gender. These rights and opportunities include:: These rights and opportunities include:

  • healthcare
  • education
  • The rise in jobs / economic growth has boosted jobs / economic growth
  • pay
  • The legislation affords individuals with equal rights under the protection under the rule
  • right to vote
  • free from violence

Striving for change

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About.2 percent of the United States Congress, just over 100 years ago, only.2 percent of the population of the United States Congress was made up of women. In fact, the 65th Congress was made up of a single woman. Montana voted Republican Jeannette Rankin as the first Congresswoman to hold a federal office in 1916. Women account for 26.7 percent of the Senate seats in the United States this year, with 23.7% of the seats being filled. Although it may seem that change is occurring, according to United Nations reports, the United States' percentage matches exactly the global average for women in political office.


Women in several regions of the world are less likely to own land, a company, or attend school.. Education alone can be a valuable tool for women in terms of financial independence. Their children reap the benefits, often for generations to come. Often for decades to come. Also, as the women of a neighborhood prosper, the neighborhood also prospers. Their offspring are more likely to educate their children. They also have a better understanding of healthcare and know their rights.

Equal pay

According to the United Nations, more than half of the world's poorest people are women.. International Women's Day aims to bring economic stability to women who are not allowed to work for compensation or work for low wages. Women who are not allowed to work for compensation or work for low wages are struggling to work for minimum wages. And, despite industrialization's strides, there's still plenty of work to do there.

How to celebrate #InternationalWomensDay

Around the world, corporations, associations, and individuals host events focusing on gender parity's mission, which includes women worldwide and education.

  • Attend a lecture, seminar, or festival..
  • Organize an event
  • Speak or perform at a local charity. www.speakoutcom
  • Join a march for women's equal rights
  • Learn more about the women who paved the way for many of the rights and freedoms we have today
  • Join your local, state, or national political party
  • Invite others to join you, including older women, sons, brothers, sisters, and daughters
  • At a local career fair, share your work skills
  • Celebrate all month long. It's also National Women's History Month.
  • When posting on Social Media, use the hashtag #InternationalWomensDay

The international women's day has a long tradition in the United States

The origins of International Women's Day can be traced back to the early 1900s, when women became more politically aware.. They played a vital and vocal role in steering their course toward voting rights, fair compensation, improved working conditions, and representation under the law.

Women's day FAQ

Is anyone commemorating International Women's Day? Q. Is it possible to commemorate International Women's Day? Yes, yes. It's a day to reflect on women's achievements and a way to look forward to the future's achievements.

Q. Is there any other equality-focused days on the calendar? A.Yes. These are the anniversary celebrations: Check out these links: Check out these celebrations:

  • National Equal Pay Day is celebrated on National Equal Pay Day..
  • Women's Equality Day