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International Women’s Day Celebration in India

By CSRBOX On 11 March 2019
 
International Women’s Day Celebration in India
 

International Women’s Day Celebration in India

International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the amazing social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women - while also campaigning for greater progress towards gender equality. Internationally celebrated on 8th of March, it is a focal point in the movement for women's rights. In this article, we document how different organizations celebrated women.

 

UN India

To celebrate the occasion of #International Women’s Day, United Nations India organized #Wiki4Women edit-a-thon which saw participation from over 50 women. The event aligned with India’s commitment to give women the place they deserve in digital space.

UNIndia

(Source – UninIndia Twitter)

 

UNDP in India

UNDP India took to Twitter to share the stories of how #DishaSkills, a partnership between UNDP India and India Development Foundation, supported by #IKEA Foundation is helping young women in poor communities grow their ambitions and learn the skills they need to find a job.

UNDP

(Source – UNDP India Twitter)

 

Aarambh India

Aarambh India, an organization working towards making the country a Safer Place for Children celebrated International Women’s Day through celebrating the talented women in the organization and promising to work towards an inclusive future.

aarambh

(Source – Aarambh India twitter)

 

Airport Authority of India, Guwahati

To mark the International Women’s Day, AAI’s entire operations of all Air Traffic movements were controlled by the women ATCOs (Air Traffic Control officers) of Guwahati Airport on the Day. The women ATC team of Guwahati Airport took over the full operations of Aircraft at the Airport since the morning in different shifts.

AAI

Air India

Air India kicked off Women’s Day Celebrations in style. The national carrier flew 12 International and 40 domestic flights on a joyous day with an all-women crew. A total of 52 flights were being operated by women in Air India to celebrate International Women’s Day.
AI

 

 

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

On the occasion of celebrating women and their contribution to the society, UNDP appointed Padma Lakshmi, an Indian-American television personality, food expert and an award-winning author as its newest goodwill ambassador, supporting the agency's fight against inequality and discrimination around the world.

In her new role, the Emmy-nominated television personality and award-winning author will mobilize support for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a focus on fighting inequality, discrimination and empowering the disenfranchised.

UN


Google

Google CEO Sundar Pichai piloted "Bolo" with over 900 children in 200 villages in Uttar Pradesh with the help of ASER Centre, a research and assessment unit of Pratham Education Foundation on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

Google

 

Twitter

To celebrate the spirit of womanhood, Twitter India kicked off a week-long celebration of women, starting with honouring 50 rising women achievers at the WebWonderWomen (WWW) event in partnership with the Indian Ministry of Women and Child Development and Human Rights organization Breakthrough, in order to share their stories and ignite dialogues with the aim to empower women across the country.

Twitter

 

Women and Child Development Department

The department of women and child development launched ‘Naubatbaja’, a radio-based awareness programme with an aim of creating awareness about ill effects of child marriage to commemorate the day.

WCD


Max Fashion

Max launched a women-oriented integrated campaign ‘Behen Kuch Bhi Pehen’. The campaign encourages women to leave the rules, judgments, and fears behind, and wear whatever they want to. The campaign has been conceptualised by Dentsu Webchutney and executed by Culture Machine.

Max


Vistara

Vistara becomes the first Indian airline to offer free sanitary pads "on request" to women travellers on domestic flights from International Women's Day on March 8. The airline will provide ISO 9001:2015 certified, bio-degradable and organic sanitary napkins made from plant-based fibres that are free of plastic, toxins and perfume.

Vistara

 

 

Sodexo

Sodexo, the leader in digital employee benefit solutions, promises to improve the quality of life, of those the company serves and create positive change for individuals, communities and the environment celebrated International Women’s Day differently by spending their time with various NGOs supporting women empowerment and working towards upliftment of the underserved.

This activation was undertaken in Metro Cities like Mumbai (Jai Vakeel Foundation), Delhi (Andh Mahavidhalay), and Bangalore (Sri Rakum School for the Blind) as well as smaller cities like Pune, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad.

Sodexo

 


Niramai

Niramai, a healthtech start-up based out of Bengaluru announced multiple initiatives for women during the entire month of March that includes 50% discount on all breast cancer screening tests at its centres. Niramai has partnered with 21 hospitals and diagnostic centres to deploy its solution.

Niramai

 

Apple

To celebrate International Women's Day, Apple will recognize female developers, musicians, artists, photographers, coders and entrepreneurs in the App Store for the entire month of March. At select Apple Stores around the world, visitors can attend more than 60 sessions in the "Made By Women" series.

Apple



Tata Steel

On International Women’s day, Tata Steel BSL organised a grand women Self Help Group convention at Itap village near its plant at Narendrapur in Dhenkanal district. The objective of the programme was not only to celebrate the women’s day but also to inculcate a spirit of entrepreneurship and self-reliance among the women from the villages.

TSL



UN Women

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Girliyapa the women-centric channel from the house of The Viral Fever (TVF) has collaborated with the global champion for gender equality UN Women.  As an extension of their global campaign 'Comedy for Equality', the satire titled ‘India’s Next Top Role Model' not only tackles the issue of gender equality but also puts a spotlight on these unsung women warriors who have changed the dynamic of the system.

Girlyapa

 

 

 
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