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» Blog: 10 Empowering Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8

This year’s theme is ‘Inspiring Change’. Read this blog post and learn 10 different ways to celebrate women worldwide.


» Infographic: Four Startling Realities About Women Worldwide

For International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting some of the realities women face in the world today.


» Radio Show: Giving Around the Globe

Explore insights on international giving drawn from CECP’s new report, Giving Around the Globe.


Four Startling Realities About Women Worldwide

March 8 is International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is ‘Inspiring Change’. In this post, we have an infographic showing four startling realities about women worldwide.


10 Empowering Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is ‘Inspiring Change’. International Women’s Day began in 1908 when 15,000 audacious women marched throughout the streets of New York City to demand shorter hours, better pay, and voting rights. In 1975, the United Nations gave official recognition to International Women’s Day, and it is now an official holiday in 27 countries. Since then, it has become a global day of celebration for the major accomplishments of women.


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» NEWS: February 10, 2014

Read about the newest fund opened by Nike in honor of Black History Month, info on upcoming conferences, and more news.


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