No matter what gender you identify as, international women’s day on 8 March is a chance to see how far equality has come as well as take stock of what remains to be done.
The feminist movement, defined as someone who advocates and supports equal opportunities for women. Sometimes used as a term of abuse to silence those who push for change, Delano asked individuals in the business, diplomatic, political and social community to ask why they called themselves feminists.
International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day was established in 1911 to help women press for their demands for equality to be met. The day was adopted by the UN in 1977 and today it is a global day, celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and to call for action to accelerate gender equality.