This year’s theme for International Women’s Day (March 8) is “Generational Equality: Recognizing Women’s Rights” #beboldforchange
Twenty-five years have elapsed since the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and a Progressive Path Map for Action-Gender Equality, and it is time to narrow the gaps through bold and decisive action.
The Generational Equality Campaign is for every gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, and caste.
International Women’s Day 2020 Campaign Theme #EachforEqual
The question of why we celebrate women’s day. The Equal World is an Enabled World. Collectively, each of us can help to create a world of gender equality.
Let everyone be #EachforEqual.
International Women’s Day 2020 celebration ideas in office or work
International Women’s Day (IWD) is about 2 days away, however with the progressing Kovit-19 flare-up, there are cutoff points to the exercises you can sort out to remember this unique day.
With the recommendation of the Singapore government to cancel or postpone non-essential large-scale events, you will need to wardrobe that mega town hall or lunch, especially if your organization is large, with over 1,000 attendees.
Thanks for the “classic number“
There is no such thing as a classic Thanksgiving telephone note to set the tone for your IWD celebration. As we are now in the digital age, this is not limited to a physical card; this can be in the form of a shout-out, thoughtfully crafted email or shareable social media card.
Don’t have time to create a template? No problem – we’ve got you covered. There are plenty of beautiful free templates for you to choose from on websites like Postermywall and Canva, which can be printed or shared via email or on various social media sites. If you are still looking for an official look, the official IWD website has the #EachforEqual branded social media card, which is available on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Make Ollie in circles to unite women
If you haven’t already created them, now is the time for Things to do on women’s day. These meetings can be anywhere, be it over coffee, at lunch at work or in virtual meetings online.
Meeting in small groups helps women to be hopelessly ambitious, give voice to our dreams and get the motivation needed to chase them. When creating a circle, make sure it is different. There should be women from different backgrounds, job functions and the level of adulthood.
Focus on the women who excel at your company
You may already be offering monthly and annual awards as part of your rewards and recognition program. So why not be special for IWTs?
Put this down to an appointment and let all employees share the stories of inspiring women in their team and what they have accomplished in the past year.
Share it via email or on the Internet; one way to highlight these champions is to build your employer brand, even on your company’s social media channels.
Organize a webinar
If you already have some outside speakers for that mega town hall or lunch celebration, don’t worry. You can turn that event into a webinar by following these steps:
Step 1: Choose your webinar format. Is it a separate presentation, an interview walk, or a group?
• Step 2: Choose a webinar site. Things to consider are the following: the number of participants, the ability to switch between speakers, the question-answering function, the screen sharing function, the slide sharing function, the recording function, and last but not least, the cost.
• Step 3: Select the date and time.
• Step 4: Send details to your employees in an email and calendar calls to block their time.
Make health talks or donate to a cause
Beyond the steps above, we can celebrate International Women’s Day. It can also be used as an opportunity to raise awareness of the health issues facing all employees at work and to help a cause.
Take, for example, the health talk about nutrition, weight loss and the myths surrounding it – many of us are constantly struggling with whether our body image complies with social norms.
All of your employees need to know how important mental and physical health is, and why this goes before the usual definitions of beauty, and as an employer, you can take that small step to help them by organizing such talks.
Additionally, take advantage of this special day by celebrating one step further – encouraging staff to donate to the cause of women’s rights, or to donate blood to the charity movement.
Recognize female employees as role models
Monthly and annual awards are common, whether big or small. Why is it not specifically to recall the #IWD2020?
Let your employees share stories of how their female colleagues encouraged them in different ways or made a valuable contribution to them personally or through their work.
As a way to highlight these champions, you can put some credentials on the company’s social media channels and of sequence build your employer brand.
Allow employees to motivate and be motivated
Give them a platform to share stories about women who have been pillars of the strength and inspiration of individuals.
This can be done at the IWT through a one-day office meeting or a pre-office party to celebrate the day. Bonus that it’s a Friday!
Also read: KEEP YOUR MIND CALM IN EVERY SITUATION
Women day quotes
The mostly used Women day quotes given below
“Here’s to strong women: we know them. Let them be. Let us nurture them. ” – I do not know
“To tell a woman all she can do is to tell her what she can do.” – Delete the proverb
“It’s rare that women with good behavior make history.” – Leanor Roosevelt
Related: March is Women’s History Month! Learn more about its background and celebration!
“A beautiful woman does not follow the crowd; She is herself. “- Loretta Young
“The best protection for any woman is courage.” – Elizabeth Cady Stanton
In conclusion, as we celebrate the centenary of International Women’s Day this year, we must make greater use of the talents and talents of half of humanity and not seek to sanctify gender equality in principle. Women can contribute greatly to the upbringing and education, lend a hand to the logic of peace, reduce poverty, hunger, disease and environmental degradation and promote sustainable development