International women day is being celebrated worldwide, where countries acknowledge great efforts made by their women in different fields despite them facing diverse challenges such as pay gap, gender bias, stereotypes, and norms. These women have not just carved a benchmark for themselves but also set a bar for other women around them to follow. From women in the army, aviation, politicians, doctors, and teachers, basically from all walks of life, we see you, recognise your efforts, and appreciate you for your work and dedication.
Here’s the Jaw-Dropping Google Doodle for International Women’s Day
On this day, all men and women come together to fight for women’s equal rights that have been taken away from us centries ago; the right to be educated, the right to earn a fair and equal wage, the right to live a free life from slavery and violence, the right to expression, the right to vote.
In a patriarchal society such as Pakistan, many of these rights are often disregarded and shunned to silence women and for men to rule and take control. Regardless of all odds, Pakistani women have fought for themselves, for their rights, for their presence in authoritative fields to win back their place in society and to be able to play roles they are truly capable of.
5 Pakistani Females Who Deserve to be Celebrated This Defence Day 2020. Read more here:
Twitter Remembers Women Who Have Chosen to Challenge!
— Murtaza Solangi (@murtazasolangi) March 8, 2021
— FreedomTalk.net (@FreedomTalkNet) March 8, 2021
— Zartaj Gul Wazir (@zartajgulwazir) March 8, 2021
Bilquis Bano Edhi, wife of Abdul Sattar Edhi, is a humanitarian, a social worker and one of the most active philanthropists in Pakistan, holds the honor of being awarded the prestigious 'Hilal-e-Imtiaz'۔#InternationalWomensDay#HonoringPTIWomen pic.twitter.com/fCEYCJNqOC
— طلعت (@Talat_guardian) March 8, 2021
“Pakistani women contributed immensely 4 glory & honour of our nation. They are also @ forefront against COVID. Women in uniform have proved their mettle by contributing copiously in diverse fields serving the nation & humanity. They deserve our immense respect & gratitude” COAS
— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) March 8, 2021
Happy Women Day.
I dedicate this day to Flying Officer Maryam Mukhtar the only Female Shaheed officer of Pakistan Air Force. May Allah grant her the highest rank in Jannat. Aamin#InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/UD7cyOsT7Q
— Love is life (@altafgso) March 8, 2021
Contributions of women on duty in uniform, at household and especially the ones of martyrs’ families are greatly valued. The great Pakistani women have a role and responsibility towards progress of Pakistan.#InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/0H30LAPiSk
— H🦅 (@iHShaheen) March 8, 2021
Aurat March 2021: A Significant Movement in Pakistan
In Pakistan, Aurat March has become a significant movement where men and women march in major cities of the country to demand rights for women. Aurat March is trending on Twitter as the public is out right now on the roads in Karachi and Lahore. The capital city, however, revoked the march. Right now, women are outside the National press club demanding the right to protest.
Here is a 15 point agenda for this year. These demands are there to hope for and build a more equal, inclusive, and just world!
The demands are there to hope for and build a more equal, inclusive, and just world! pic.twitter.com/I6F3YYDm0I
— Aurat March – عورت مارچ (@AuratMarchKHI) March 7, 2021
Bilquis Edhi, The Compassionate Hand that Never Stops Giving. Read more here:
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