The theme of International Women's Day 2020, at 8 Of March, They are: “An equal world is an active world”….
Στο πλαίσιο αυτό ο ΟΗΕ προτρέπει σε κυβερνήσεις και θεσμούς να υιοθετήσουν μια νέα πολιτική προσέγγιση για να αλλάξουν πεποιθήσεις και πρακτικές που αποτελούν διάκριση σε βάρος των γυναικών:
- “An equal world is an enabled world” – “An equal world is an active world”
- Με hashtag: “#EachforEqual” – “#Όλοι για την Ισότητα”
The theme focuses on innovative ways in which we can promote gender equality and empower women, particularly in the areas of social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure.
Achieving the ambitious sustainable development goals requires transformational changes, integrated approaches and new solutions, particularly as regards the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. Based on current conditions, existing measures are not sufficient to achieve a planet 50-50 until the 2030. Innovative approaches that disturb the "normal practice" is central to remove structural barriers to avoid delays in any woman and any girl.
Innovation and technology provide unprecedented opportunities, However, trends indicate a growing digital divide between the sexes and women are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and design. Prevents them develop and affect the innovations that respond to gender to achieve transformational benefit to society. From mobile banking to artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, It is vital ideas and experiences of women to equally affect the design and implementation of innovations shape our future societies.
Reflecting the priority, the IWD 2019 will address industry leaders, start-up companies that change the game, social entrepreneurs, activists gender equality and women innovators to examine ways in which innovation can remove obstacles and to accelerate progress on gender equality. in social systems that respond to gender and create services and facilities that meet the needs of women and girls.
At 8 Of March 2020, We celebrate a future in which innovation and technology create unprecedented opportunities for women and girls to play an active role in building inclusive systems, effective services and sustainable infrastructure to accelerate the achievement of DAP and gender equality.
International Women's Day: Fight against inequality
Scarcity of women managers – 11% the participation rate in our country. Only five countries have significantly increased the participation of women in corporate board.
“The history of women's struggle for equality, not only belongs to the feminist movement, nor any organization, but the collective efforts of all those concerned with human rights” Gloria Marie Steinem – American feminist, journalist, and social & political activis.
Message for International Women's Day, International Women’s Day 2020: “An equal world is an enabled world” – “An equal world is an active world”
Με hashtag: “#EachforEqual” – “#All για την Ισότητα”
In her message for International Women’s Day on 8 March 2020, UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka expresses her radical impatience and hope for change.
For International Women's Day, It proposes a series of commitments, resulting from its own experience combined with research on what can contribute more to close the gap between the two sexes. Promotion of women in business and the wider community.
This is the time to highlight the achievements of women, to identify challenges and to give more attention to women's rights and gender equality, mobilizing all people to do their part.
The Beijing Platform for Action focuses on 12 critical areas and envisions a world where every woman can exercise the options, such as participation in politics, education, access to income, and general life in societies without violence and discrimination.
For that reason, the topic of International Women's Day, is the slogan of the campaign UN Women “An equal world is an enabled world” – “An equal world is an active world”, me hashtag: “#EachforEqual” – “#Όλοι για την Ισότητα”
For International Women’s Day 2020, we’re asking you to #EachforEqual” – “#Όλοι για την Ισότητα”
Call on the masses or call on yourself to help forge a better working world – a more gender inclusive world.
But let's do a review, the historical origins of the day…..
In August 1910 an international women's conference was preceded by the organization of the Second Socialist International in Copenhagen. In closing procedures Louise Zits proposed the introduction of an annual Women's Day.
The proposal was supported by Clara Zetkin and also endorsed by more than 100 Women attending the conference, derived from 17 different countries. Although the proposal was unanimously accepted, not chosen a specific date.
International Women’s Day 2020: The Time is Now #EachforEqual
in 1911, after the Copenhagen decision, International Women's Day was honored for the first time in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. more than 1.000.000 women participated. One of the central demands on the agenda of women's demands was the recognition of the right to vote, equal access to public office and the protection of employment rights of women.
The following year the Bolshevik Alexandra Kollontai, persuaded Lenin to declare this day as a public holiday. During this period, the International Women's Day was associated with antiwar protest movements that have developed in response to the First World War. As part of this peace movement, women in Russia celebrated the International Women's Day on the last Friday of February 1916.
Even the 1917, as the war continued, Russian women chose to organize a strike for "Bread and Roses" on the last Sunday of February – which was actually the 8th March according to the Gregorian calendar. In the next days, Tsar resigned and the interim government has granted the right to vote in Russian women.
Since the first official establishment of the International Women's Day by the Soviets in 1917, date honored mainly in the Soviet Union and other socialist states. The Chinese recognized the day 1922 and communists / behavior shows in Spain 1936.
Today, the International Women's Day is still a public holiday in Afghanistan, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, China (only for women), Cuba, Agriculture, Guinea Bissau, Eritrea, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, People, Madagascar (only for women), Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Nepal (only for women), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Zambia.
The International Women's Day appeared on the agenda of demands in the West when the Charter of the United Nations 1945 included the recognition of the principle of equality between men and women. Four decades later, during the 1975, year women, the United Nations approved the establishment and the taking of official sponsorship of the day.
Born in protest against the female oppression in the workplace, the International Women's Day refers to a wide range of gender relations issues.
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