International Women’s Day 2021: What To Do

How are you going to celebrate the International Women’s Day 2021?

Despite the pandemic, there are some interesting things to do to celebrate Women’s Day 2021, on March 8th.

If you want to read more about Women’s Day have a look at this article.

Actually, it’s possible to start supporting the 2021 campaign theme #ChooseToChallenge: a virtual way to call out gender inequality, just taking a picture and submitting it on the IWD website.

Following live streaming and talks is really a fantastic way to learn something new and get involved in important international debates.

And then, there are tons of amazing online events to join!

Depending on the topics you are most interested in, you can choose to take part in discussions, debates, presentations and much more.

For example, on the International Women’s Day website you can browse through a list of events taking place online: a great chance to learn more about the meaning of this celebration, hear about some unique stories and think about the importance of some crucial topics.

Considering the importance of this day, a lot of universities have also planned a great celebration: have a look at the University of Aberdeen’s programme, it’s really interesting!

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The University of Leicester also offers a good choice of events to have a look at to learn about the international debate on gender and equality.

Do you want to join some online events in Italian?

Fondazione Circolo dei Lettori is dedicating the whole month od March to women: lessons, debates, presentations in live streaming on their social networks, perfect for those who have ad Advanced level of Italian.

And what about joining some talks and debates in Spanish?

The University of Alicante offers a wide choice of online events to have a look at: if you are an Advanced Spanish student, you might have a great opportunity to widen your vocabulary and practise your listening skills!

There is so much to do! Which event will you join?

 

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