International Women's Day 2021: Know which year was declared as the Year of Women's Empowerment?

This year, International Women's Day will be celebrated on 8 March, Sunday. This day is important for the country, group or organization. It is a day when we celebrate the amazing social, cultural, economic and political successes of women and also campaign for greater progress towards gender equality. When was the first International Women's Day? In 1975, the United Nations General Assembly began to celebrate March 8 as International Women's Day. By 2014, it was celebrated in more than 100 countries, and was made an official holiday in more than 25 days.

What color is there for International Women's Day? At the international level, purple is a color for the symbol of women. Historically, the symbol of equality of women is purple, green and white. Purple is a symbol of justice and dignity. Green is a symbol of hope. White color symbolizes purity.

Who started Women's Day? The United Nations began celebrating International Women's Day in the year 1975. In 1977, the United Nations General Assembly (United Nations General Assembly) invited member countries to proclaim March 8 as International Women's Day for women officers and world peace.

What is the reason for celebrating Women's Day? This day is celebrated around the world to end the bias against women. This day is also celebrated to focus on the development of women.

Which year was declared as the year of women empowerment? 2001: Government of India declared 2001 as the year of women empowerment. The National Policy for the Empowerment of Women was passed in 2001.

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