International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on (March 8) as a global day celebrating the economic, social and the political/cultural accomplishments of women across the globe. The day is also a symbol marking gender equality.
The IWD or the International Women’s Day is an ongoing tradition since the early 1900’s – a time where great expansion and development in all sectors saw the world population increasing at a rapid pace which also gave the rise of radical ideologies.
International Women’s Day is like a global celebration and a call for gender equality. This international day is not just celebrated by an organisation or an association of a country but by every single women out there!