2010 Theme for International Women's Day

2010 Theme for International Women's Day 
International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8. Every year, there are many events that have been celebrated. Not just on this day but throughout March to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women.

Organizations, governments and women's groups around the world choose different themes each year that reflect global and local gender issues.

Some years have seen global IWD themes honored around the world, while in other years groups have preferred to 'localize' their own themes to make them more specific and relevant.

THEME: So while many people may think there is one global theme each year, this is not always correct. It is completely up to each country and group as to what appropriate theme they select.

Below are some of the global United Nation themes used for International Women's Day to date:

Here are some IWD themes around the world

- Global, United Nations: Women and men united to end violence against women and girls
- Canada, Status of Women (Federal Gov): Strong Leadership. Strong Women. Strong World: Equality
- Australia, UNIFEM: Unite to End Violence Against Women
- Australia, Queensland Government Office for Women: Our Women, Our State
- Australia, WA Department for Communities: Sharing the Caring for the Future
- UK, Doncaster Council: Women's Voices and Influence
- UK, Welsh Assembly Government: Bridging the Generational Gap
- UK, Accenture: Stretch Yourself: Achieving 50:50 in the boardroom by 2020
- USA, IBM: Women@IBM: Success in the Globally Integrated Enterprise

source (IWD)



Nebz said...

Cool. I like their 2010 theme. Medyo lang parang may negative connotation ung 2008 theme.

I think it would be best if they celebrate International Women's Month instead of day lang, dahil quite frankly, of a woman's worth, to honor here for a day is not really enough.

JTG (Misalyn) said...

I echo Nebz's comment. I would like to add na gusto ko yung theme ng year 2005, 2009 and yung present theme.

Verna Luga said...

Whatever life, I still don't have my own name ... when I was single I bear my fathers name when I got married I bear my husbands name .... is that equality ... equality is an elusive word, expensive and fought over for since time immemorial ....

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Life Moto said...

Nebz- Maganda nga ayan 2010 bro. I am sure they have a series of celebration ahead.

Mialyn- those themes are also great.

Verna- mukha wala kang napili.I think in some countries the women have the choice whether they want to use the husband name or not.


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