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On World Pulse, every day is International Women’s Day. Join us to connect with women and allies from 227 countries who are telling their stories, sharing resources, and collaborating together for social change. Now is the perfect time to become a part of our community! This year’s International Women’s Day theme is "DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality" — and connecting online to speed up gender equity is exactly what we're all about.


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History of International Women’s Day

The origins of International Women's Day date back to the early 1900s when women campaigned for safer working conditions, better pay, and the right to vote in New York City. This movement spread to Europe, where Austria, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland observed the first official International Women’s Day in 1911. The United Nations proclaimed March 8 as an official UN holiday in 1977. Women around the world have since stood up for their right to celebrate the holiday, from Iran to Kyrgyzstan. On World Pulse, we provide a safe space for members to celebrate women's rights and achievements every day of the year.

How to Celebrate International Women’s Day

Many countries around the world celebrate International Women’s Day, recognizing women’s achievements and rallying to support women's rights. Here on World Pulse, you can share stories, collaborate for change, encourage members, and find inspiration on International Women’s Day — and every day.

Why Celebrate International Women’s Day?

We celebrate International Women’s Day to recognize women's social, economic, cultural, and political achievements everywhere. It is also a day that pushes women’s equality to the forefront. With only 63 percent of women using the Internet in 2022 compared to 69 percent of men, this year’s International Women’s Day focuses on innovation and technology for gender equality. At World Pulse, we harness the power of technology to accelerate women's leadership and speed up the pace towards gender equity.

About Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month celebrates women’s contributions throughout history. The United States, United Kingdom, and Australia commemorate the month in March, coinciding with International Women’s Day on March 8. In the U.S., Congress has designated March as Women’s History Month since 1987.

Women’s History Month Around the World

Every year in March, World Pulse members join together with people around the world to celebrate women’s successes, contributions, and achievements throughout history. At World Pulse, we celebrate Women’s History Month and provide a platform for women to connect, amplify each others’ voices, and recognize each other.

How to Celebrate Women’s History Month

Women have played a vital role throughout history. During Women’s History Month, we invite you to share stories about the women who have inspired you. Connect with other women leaders to create change. Looking for inspiration? Check out the latest stories from our global community below, focused on this year’s International Women’s Day theme: DigitALL.

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