International Women’s Day Began in 1911 in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland
International Women’s Day began during the industrial revolution – a time of great chaos, population growth, and the forefront of the women’s rights movement. In 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter work hours, better pay and the right to vote.
A little over 100 years later, International Women’s Day is celebrated all over the world. On March 8, 2011, The WIN celebrated by helping to present 377 live events in 152 countries.
The next International Women’s Day Celebration is March 8, 2014.
This is Our Time!
It will be a fabulous global celebration of women past, present, and future ~ the largest gathering of women for International Women’s Day in the history of the world!
On March 8th, 2014, the Women’s Information Network (WIN) will present fabulous LIVE celebrations in many countries around the globe!
Women worldwide will connect to celebrate and honor women past, present, and future, in many exciting ways. Amazing women celebrities, athletes, political leaders, and experts will speak about women’s issues today. There will be live musical entertainment and much more!
On this day women will “Celebrate, Commit, and Connect.” They’ll celebrate like never before ~ connect as only women do ~ and commit to improve in 3 areas of their lives:
- Personal ~ improve their personal health and well being, and their businesses as employees, business owners, entrepreneurs.
- Family ~ help their families be healthier and prepare for the future right now.
- Country ~ let their voices be heard: to speak up, to make positive changes in their communities/countries.
We invite you to participate this year!
Find an International Women’s Day event near you!