International Women’s Day 2019

International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated every year on March 8th.

The day has been going on for more than a century, with the first meeting of the JIF in 1911.

The day is not specific to a country, group or organization – and belongs to all groups collectively and everywhere.

Gloria Steinem, a feminist, world-renowned journalist and activist, has already explained: “The history of women’s struggle for equality does not belong to any feminist or any organization, but to the collective efforts of all those who take part in it. care about human rights. ”

So make International Women’s Day your day and do what you can to really make a positive difference for women

Happy International Women’s Day 2019 is celebrated every year around the world on March 8th. It is considered a global event celebrating the victories and achievements of every woman, from the social to the political. It is also observed by various communities around the world, such as charitable farms, government organizations, business centers, etc. This special day also highlights one of the most important factors, gender equality. This remarkable celebration began in the early 1900s, and nowadays, various major organizations and industries have already begun to consider this day as an important day in the world. There is also something interesting to watch that day. There are many colors that actually mean that day. In general, the color purple is used to symbolize women. But there is a brief story behind this color code. Initially, purple, green and white colors were used to symbolize and represent women’s equality.

International Women's Day

International Women’s Day 2019

It was created in 1908 by the Union of Women and Politicians and Social Workers of the United Kingdom (United Kingdom). The white color is used to symbolize purity, but in reality, the white color is no longer considered to symbolize the word purity because it is a controversial subject. The green color symbolizes hope; purple represents women from all points of view. Two new combinations represent two new concepts on feminism. One is purple with yellow that symbolizes contemporary progressive feminism and the other is purple with green that symbolizes the traditional norms of feminism. If anyone looks at the chronology, then International Women’s Day was celebrated from the beginning by communist-type countries and active socialists. Later in 1975, it was adopted by the United Nations (UN) and is now widely celebrated around the world. Also CheckĀ

Author: Felicia Bishop