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International Women’s day and Women’s History Month

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United Nations observance of International Women’s Day 2022

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The United Nations observance of International Women’s Day will be held virtually on 8 March, 10–11.30am UTC–5.Full details ▼
Event type: Special days or anniversaries
Start date: 08 March 2022 | Start time: 10:00 UTC -05:00
End date: 08 March 2022 | End time: 11:30 UTC -05:00
Location: Virtual, UN WebTV

Event description

The United Nations observance of International Women’s Day will be held virtually on 8 March, 10–11.30am UTC–5.

The theme for this year’s observance is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”.

The year 2022 is pivotal for achieving gender equality in the context of climate change, and environmental and disaster risk reduction, which are some of the greatest global challenges of the twenty-first century. Without gender equality today, a sustainable future, and an equal future, remains beyond our reach.

This year’s IWD observance is in recognition and celebration of the women and girls who are leading the charge on climate change adaptation and response, and to honour their leadership and contribution towards a sustainable future.

IWD 2022 campaign theme: #BreakTheBias

This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias and asks the world to call out instances of bias against women in the workplace, at school and at home. 

The campaign asks that people show their support for this year’s theme by posting selfies to social media posing with their arms crossed along with the hashtags #BreaktheBias and #IWD2022. 

A few facts about IWD

March 8 has been the fixed date for International Women’s Day since 1914, when the day was moved to be in line with Russian women who celebrated the day on February 23 on the Gregorian calendar. 

The United Nations first recognized International Women’s Day in 1975.

People have traditionally worn purple on International Women’s day. Purple, along with green and white are considered the colors of International Women’s Day, according to the website. These colors have roots in the United Kingdom’s Women’s Social and Political Union from the early 1900’s.