It’s a little late, but it’s not too late to say: congratulations to us for the International Women’s Day! We deserve more love, respect, nice words, equality in relationships, jobs, and in society and this day is just a way to show that some things about us are still very wrong.
As usual Google has a special logo:
And I selected some links about this day, the history of it and other links about women’s achievements:
– History of Women in Sports Timeline: a timeline of women and their achievements in the sports, from 776 B.C till 2005.
– Human Rights Watch has a special session for Women’s Human Rights (Discrimination / Domestic Violence / Trafficking / Education / Family).
– International Women’s Day: a site dedicated to celebrate this day, with information about local events and organizations related.
– International Women’s Day: a teacher’s guide with a program of information and fun to celebrate the I International Women’s Day with a focus on women, peace and politics.
– International Women’s Day 2005 on United Nations. Gender Equality Beyond 2005: building a more secure future.
– Librarians’ Index to the Internet has a list of links about women and divide by subject. There are descriptions and some comments about each link.
– Living the Legacy: The Women’s Rights Movement 1848 – 1998.
– Women’s History Facts: the history of the contributions of women to the history of the United States.
– Women’s Human Rights Net: founded in 1997, WHRnet aims to provide reliable, comprehensive, and timely information and analyses on women’s human rights in English, Spanish and French.
– Women’s Human Rights Resources: This searchable database lists hundreds of articles, documents and links related to international women’s rights law or the domestic application of international women’s rights law.
– Women’s Rights Movement in the U.S.: timeline of key events in the American women’s rights movement.
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