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Celebrating International Women’s Day!

March 8th is the International Women's day.

Celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8

March 8th is International Women’s Day. It is a global day to recognize and celebrate the achievements of women and girls in social, cultural, political and economic realms. It is an opportunity for all to raise awareness, reflect, take actions and educate ourselves on Gender Equality, Gender Pay Gap, Women in Leadership, Gender Bias, Sexual Harassment, Stereotypes, Gender Expression and Gender Identity.

Investing serious efforts and resources into these areas is a way to build your corporate branding, develop an inclusive workplace culture, and attract/retain diverse talents.

BBC explains what International Women’s Day is about here.

Celebrating International Women’s Day is for all ages and places!

Celebrating in schools

For Parents, Educators and Teachers, it is an excellent opportunity to engage students in exploring these topics and start a meaningful and educational conversation in the classroom. To get some ideas and activities for Grade 4 to 12, check out this toolkit by the Government of Canada.

There are different places to get involved ex. workplace, schools, community groups and universities. Get some ideas here from our friends in Australia.

Celebrating in universities

Celebrating in your workplace

Want to get some ideas on how to celebrate International Women’s Day in your workplace this year?

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Here are 17 Ways To Celebrate International Women’s Day 2021 At Work by Elle UK.

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Women’s Leadership in Success

We see more and more women’s leadership making history and success on the global stage.

Here are the world’s most powerful women in year 2020 by Forbes.

Path to Success as a woman

Harvard Business Review research shows that men and women need different kinds of networks to succeed. Women are more likely to land in executive positions with greater authority and higher pay if they have an inner circle of close female contacts. Forbes tells us the Power Of The Pack: Women Who Support Women Are More Successful.

Wall Street’s glass ceiling has been cracked by Jane Fraser

On March 1st, Jane Fraser became the first woman to head a big American bank – Citigroup.

Learn how to break the glass ceiling.

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About the author

Jess Man

Jessica is the Editor-in-Chief and Senior Diversity Advisor at Diversity Social. Jessica has over 10 years of working with and advising employers to be more diverse and create an inclusive working environment.
Jessica's experience spans private and non-profit sectors in multiple industries.
Jessica's expertise experience is beyond Diversity & Inclusion, she is also a certified professional IT recruiter in Data & Analytics, Database administration, Artificial Intelligence area.