For those who love to support women’s rights, having just one day to celebrate it may not seem like enough time. For those looking for a solution, Universal Women’s Week is the holiday for all advocates for women’s rights. Universal Women’s Week celebrates the accomplishments of women and encourages the further progression of this cause.
History of Universal Women’s Week
Similar to International Women’s Day, Universal Women’s Week provides an extended period for those advocating for women’s rights to celebrate the accomplishments women have made in history and the further progress needed to continue the battle for equal rights.
During this week, it is a time commemorate the achievements of women in all fields, including film, business, science, and art. It is also a time to discuss politically the impact that women have been making in society and what aspects of culture need improvement.
It’s a time to do research, learn about prominent figures and events in history, and is also a time to make impactful changes for the better consequentially.
During this holiday, women all over the world share resources, run seminars, and help women think about the world around them and how solutions can be made for the ever presiding problems that women face.
Holidays such as Universal Women’s Week help expand the education needed for women to understand how important women’s rights are so it can be explored and discussed on a global scale.
On a world-wide scale, many women still do not have the reasons that they deserve to be able to thrive in the world, and as a result, this holiday advocates women to strive for long-lasting solutions to benefit everyone as a whole.
How to Celebrate Universal Women’s Week
Want to celebrate Universal Women’s Week? Join a women’s march in your local area. Promote gender diversity in your workplace by speaking with your managers and executives about the subject.
If you help run a school, then run a school campaign educating students about the importance of equal rights for women. Attend a women’s networking event and connect with professional women to help empower and support your career.
You can also donate to a women’s refuge organization to help protect women against domestic violence.