International Women’s Day celebration for the equality and dignity of women, today, millions of people around the globe celebrate March 8 as a day for gender equality and human rights. This year’s theme, “Each for Equal.” Means fight for bias and collectively create a world with more dignity and broader opportunities for all. Gender equality is essential for economies and communities to grow.
All give attention to women’s issues around the world – top of mind for so many of us. They also focus on women’s ability to address these issues and recreate the world according to a more inclusive and equitable vision. But I personally believe for bold changes, If we look in past for examples of women boldness –
1) Indhira Gandhi – the first female Prime Minister of India and
2nd is Klapna Chawla – the first woman of Indian descent to go to space, these two examples are enough to understand for bold changes.
Let’s take a look How Women accept Bold Changes
Education is the only path who leads towards the development and growth of the individual, family, society and ultimately nation.
If we educate a man, you educate a man. You educate a woman, you educate a generation
Savitribai Phule was honored as the first female teacher of India. Also, she was honored with the title of the mother of Indian feminism. Thanks to the women who stand shoulder-to-shoulder with men in every sphere. From business to sports, and from politics to defense, they are outshining their male counterparts in almost every walk of life.
Many Indians don’t realize is that educating a girl child is the first step towards the progress of a society. A community or nation cannot truly grow or develop if its women are not providing a chance to contribute.
Be courageous, Be bold, Be you.
Women have immense grit and power within. Many studies prove that women, in general, are also mentally stronger than men. Their ability to stay composed in times of adversity demonstrates that they can handle stress way better. Natural multitaskers, they are an asset to any organization in this competitive world. However, the stigma of being labeled prevents many females from coming out in the open and being themselves. Slowly but surely, the situation is somewhat changing. On this Women’s Day, let’s keep up the good work and pledge to be bold for change.
Let’s embrace the good, and change what’s not.
On an auspicious day of International Women’s Day, I share below video of woman, who set a great example for us, who accept bold changes.