International Women’s Day 2021

By | February 14, 2021

International Women’s Day 2021

international women's day 2021

Women’s Rights And Gender Equality Are On The Rise in 2021.

Twenty-five years after the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and the Platform for Action – a progressive road to gender equality – it is time to look back and close the gaps with bold, decisive action.

This year’s theme for International Women’s Day (8 March) is, “I am Generation Equality: Realizing the Women’s Rights”.

The Generation Equality campaign unites people of all genders, ages, ethnicities, ethnicities, religions, and nationalities, to carry out actions that will create a world equal to the gender we all deserve.

Together, we want to promote an end to homosexual violence; we want economic justice and the rights of all; physical independence, sexual health and rights; and women’s act of climate justice. We want technology and the introduction of gender equality; and women’s leadership.

Small actions can have a profound effect on making the idea more realistic. On International Women’s Day, join #GenerationEquality and be part of an organization.

  • Statement for International Women’s Day by Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka. In a statement on International Women’s Day (March 8), UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka highlighted 2021 as a year of gender equality and called on everyone to fight the growing barriers to gender equality.

Small actions return big impact

international women's day Small actions, big impact

From the Liberian women’s sex strike that paved the way for peace to the Icelandic “Day of Women Off” which seeks economic equality in the global impact of the #MeToo organization, history has taught us that change is possible through collective activism. Generation Equality brings you the 12 Minor Actions that have the greatest impact on generation equality that you can take on a daily basis.

Globally and for decades, we have all participated in the global struggle for gender equality. Regardless of our age, nationality, background, or gender, fighting for equal rights defines our lives collectively and we must work together to achieve them. This International Women’s Day, UN Women’s international campaign, Generation Equality, brings together past and present advocates for gender equality in this generation.

Social Media Action

It’s time to talk about women’s rights! Show the world that you are #GenerationEquality by clicking here and post a message of solidarity on Twitter. International Women’s Day is an opportunity to use your platforms to empower and support women everywhere who are fighting for an equal future. Use # IWD2021 to join this organization and check out our social media package to download cool GIFs, images, videos, data cards, and slogans!

  • Check out the default emoji on Twitter when using the official hashtags # IWD2021 and #GenerationEquality.
    Search for Generation Equality stickers that you can use in your Instagram stories and show off your feminine colors.
  • Find out what kind of woman you are with @unwomen face filter on Instagram.

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