International Women’s Day is memorable on March 8th every year. However, for the pandemic situation of Coronavirus, Interfaith Center of USA arranged a conference through the video call by zoom app. Guru Pileepji (Global chairman, world yoga community) first exchanged greetings and conducted the ceremony. At first, he made his remarks.
If you look around the lot today, we find the government has adopted progressive legislation that equal opportunities, treatment, and rights to the no area of responsibility are out of reach for women. It’s encouraging to note that they increasingly assume leadership in the legislature, executive, and judiciary. In addition, they have been successfully handling their responsibilities in economics, politics, management, public diplomacy, public relations, management areas.
In their representation, women have exhibited that they are fully qualified to do their jobs. Moreover, women have ascertained themselves better in every field in the country and abroad. Therefore, on International Women’s Day, March 8th, I would like to honor and appreciate all women and stakeholders, and organizations fighting for gender equality and women empowerment. Interfaith Center of USA emphasizes this topic.
There is another aspect of this bright side. It is regretful to note that majority of women across the world continue to live inimitable conditions in misery and discrimination. They struggle for equal opportunities and basic human assumptions.
Women’s empowerment and home rule and the improvement of their political, social, economic, and health status are significant to lift their quality and financial independence. But, on the other hand, we have seen that gender inequality is strongly correlated with poverty. All these things discussed by Hon. Sujata Koirala.
Grandmother Patricia Anne Davis said that male is protectors and providers of women and children and elders and the home and the land and the resource and the elements to start the earth, water, fire, and air. And then that will take care of us, and we will take care of it. So it’s the healthy teamwork between the male and female.
Rev. Dionne p. Baissiere, Smt. Monica Willard, Dr. Remi Alapa, Dr. Michelle DellaFave, Rev. Susanna s. Macomb and many more also presented and gave valuable statements about Women’s Day, women’s rights, and women’s current advancement.