International Women's Day

Grimsby Labour Women’s Forum will join many others globally taking action on March 8th 2016 International Women’s Day. The theme this year is a Pledge for Parity.

Although there has been progression over the years in the quest for equality this has slowed in many parts of the world.

International Women’s day provides a platform not only to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of all women but also to break down barriers that hinder women’s equality.

For further details of this or future Women’s Forum events you can contact Sharon on 07788298535.

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commented 2017-09-15 13:41:46 +0100
Since the International Women’s Day has no single coordinator or plan, it is left for ladies wherever to decide how they need to utilize it. It is left to ladies in all nations to characterize what the day intends to them, and what they want to accomplish in the set day. Most ladies openly or private life utilize the event to address sex issues, for example, conceptive medicinal services, sex equity, savagery against ladies, young lady tyke training, female genital mutilation, maternity leave and paid occasions among others .
published this page in Grimsby CLP Blog 2016-03-02 13:09:51 +0000

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