The South Asian farmer women speak out on International Women's Day, 2004

In 1910, Clara Zetkin declared 8th March as International Women's Day. Subsequently the day became an integral political and symbolic legacy of women's movement around the world. The day has the origin in the workers movement and therefore symbolises the converging moment of both working class and women's movement. We know that the women’s day was declared to demand and intensify the movement of women workers, particularly women in the garment factories. Later on, the movement was extended to demand for voting rights of women and other social and political rights. Women's struggles are continuing irrespective of race, class, colour, (Read More)


Tribunal

100 years of International Women's Day. Celebrating Women's Struggles

6 – 8 March, 2010
Jointly organized by
Narigrantha Prabartana, UBINIG and Odhikar

T R I B U N A L. “Salute to Women’s Struggles”

Venue: National Press Club
Date: 7th March, 2010
Time: 3 pm – 6 pm

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Quilt

100 years of International Women's Day

Celebrating Women's Struggles

6 – 8 March, 2010

Jointly organized by

Narigrantha Prabartana, UBINIG and Odhikar

QUILT: EXPRESSING WOMEN…

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Exhibition

100 years of International Women's Day

Celebrating Women's Struggles

6 – 8 March, 2010

Jointly organized by
Narigrantha Prabartana, UBINIG and Odhikar

EXHIBITION
Venue: Prabartana at 2/8 Sir Syed Road, Muhammedpur, Dhaka
Dates: 6 - 8 March, 2010

lighting (Read More)


International Women's Day

Roundtable Discussion on International Women's Day

Venue: National Press Club, VIP Lounge

Date: 6th March, 2010 Time: 10 am – 1:30 pm

 

Organized by: Narigrantha Prabartana, UBINIG and Odhikar

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