Happy International Women's Day
Women still end their work lives with lower levels of superannuation and stability in retirement and one in three women will suffer violence in their lifetimes. On this day women across the world come together to force the world to recognise gender inequalities and celebrate the achievements of women who have broken stereotypes. They are also asking Publicis partners to share the event and join them in this march, as well as ask their creative team/studio department to create signs and posters. The exhibition tells the stories of women caught in armed conflicts in places such as Afghanistan, Colombia and Sierra Leone. The Russian women observed their first International Women's Day on the last day of February to protest World War I, while European women participated in rallies on March 8 to express solidarity with peace activists.
Most women who work outside the home aren't necessarily able to take a paid day off of work to strike. We are inspired by recent courageous actions like the "Bodega strike" lead by Yemeni immigrant store owners in New York City and the Day Without Immigrants across the U.S. We applaud the efforts of #GrabYourWallet and others to bring public accountability to unethical corporate practices. But even if you can't afford to leave your job on Wednesday, there are still ways you can participate in the Women's Strike.
She says in 2014 on the eve of International Women's Day, the Bainimarama Government launched the first ever National Gender Policy, which further localizes this priority in ensuring that women's issues and concerns are mainstreamed into government policies and programs.
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What's more is that strike organizers have also already encouraged all women and their allies, regardless of their ability to strike, to wear red on March 8 in solidarity.
Each year on 8 March, the world celebrates International Women's Day.
But on the eve of International Women's Day, I believe that now is not the time to be complacent.
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He disclosed that, "denying the rights of women and girls is not only wrong in itself; it has a serious social and economic impact that holds us all back". Among other causes of the day are labor rights, including equal pay for women; reproductive rights; and a general pushback against misogyny.
In a statement, the ABC said it wanted to "reflect the day's theme of #BeBoldForChange and focus on the need for change and gender equality in all communities".
It was officially ratified by the United Nations in 1977.
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