International Womens Day 2015

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International Womens Day 2015

International womens day 2015 theme is "Equality for women is progress for all"

March 8th Commemorates Womens Rights and Peace:

International Womens Day is an occasion and celebrated on 8 March all over the world. Women’s Day date (8 March) is also venerated at the United Nations and is designated in many countries as a national holiday. Women from all continents often segregated by linguistic, cultural, ethnic, financial and political distinctions. Women have been started at least ten decades of struggle for social equality, social justice, peace and development.


The history of International Womens Day is the event originated in 1908. In New York, women garment makers proved to demand better working conditions in the company. The Women has worked in very bad conditions and also earned half of men's wages. They died too early from deprived health. They did not have the right to vote.

In 1910, an international conference of women determined that each year a day should be set aside to press for women's demands. International Womens Day stands for equality between women and men.

At this time in England, women were demanded the right to vote. They stands for their slogan "Give Women the Vote" to struggle for women to obtain social equalities.

So International Women’s Day is remembered the battles for a long fought to build a society that is fair to all its members in a society in which diversity, tolerance, safety, social justice and social equality between women and men. And Women celebrated what they have done and are can do.

Colors: International Womens day colours are white, green and purple

More Information About International Womens Day


The International Womens day is an official holiday in the world, it is observed by men giving flowers and small gifts to the women. In few nations ‘The International Women’s day” is also celebrated as an equivalent of Mother's Day and children can also give small presents to their mothers and grandmothers.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the celebrations of International Women’s Day were deserted in Armenia. April 7 was declared as state holiday of ‘Beauty and Motherhood’. In Italy, on International Women’s day, men offer yellow mimosas to women as special gifts. Yellow mimosas and chocolates are the most common presents on March 8, in Russia.

In the Asia, the custom of giving women flowers still prevails on the International Women’s Day. Sometimes, Women get gifts from their employers. School children are often brought presentations for their teachers.

In Portugal and Romania, groups of women celebrates "women-only" dinners and parties at the night of 8 March. In India, International Women’s Day held a lot of significance. So many parties are held during International Women’s Day. This is represented the power of women in this era and their vital role in this society.

In 1975, The United Nations has been started a celebration to International Womens Day. The 2005 Congress of the British Trades Union Congress strongly approved a resolution calling for International Women’s Day to be nominated a public holiday in the United Kingdom.


The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is a group of delegates from each Member State to celebrate the International Womens Day. UNGA found IWD to establish the social progress and peace. International Women’s Day required the active participation and equality of women. The Women acknowledged contribution of women to international peace and security.

Some of the issues in the United Nations and International Womens Day have focused the following:

  • In India, About 20,000 brides are burned to death every year because of lacking dowries. The groom's family will attempt the bride on fire, an accident or suicide. The groom is also free when he goes to remarry.
  • In several countries, women have been raped, and sometimes killed by their individual families to protect the family's honor. Honor killings have been reported in Gulf countries.
  • According to UNICEF, 100 million to 150 million girls and women have gone through female genital mutilation. Today, this female genital mutilation is accepted in 28 African countries, despite the truth that it is banned in a number of these nations.
  • Rape as a weapon of war has been used in the world.
  • The theme for women:

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