International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated each year to pay a tribute to all women who play an important part in the development of society. Women’s day is celebrated through rallies, seminars, and many other ways to celebrate the achievements of women. Every year International Women’s day has a specific theme and it highlights a major aspect of women in society. Here we have all details about International Women’s Day 2021 Theme, date.
International Women’s Day 2021 Date
Every year International Women’s Day is celebrated on the 8th of March. Women’s Day 2021 is on Monday 8th March 2021. On 8th March many rallies are arranged throughout the world to spread awareness about Women’s rights and roles in society.
International Women’s Day 2021 Theme
The theme of International Women’s Day 2021 is “Choose to Challenge”. #ChooseToChallenge and #IWD2021 are tags for the social media on International Women’s Day 2021.
Choose to Challenge means every individual has his/her own though and responsible for the consequence of his/her actions. Everyone needs to call out the gender inequality in society. Everyone must choose the challenge of eradicating inequality and gender basis from society.
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Here is the logo of International Women’s Day.
Facts and Details
Celebration of Women’s Day was started in 1909. Then with the passage of time and awareness, it got the attention of more people. Now, it’s celebrated in almost all countries of the world. Confident and independent women from the whole world participate in rallies, seminars, and other events. Awareness about Women’s role in society and the effort they put in is highlighted on this day.
During the COVID pandemic in 2020 Women were always on the front end with men and fought against it. Women not only fulfilled their duties but also accepted to lead the whole situation. United Nations theme for International Women’s Day is ‘Women in Leadership’. Women all around the world have proved their skills and abilities even in the tough time of COVID.