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How Can I Find A Free Women's Day Welcome Speech?

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Charlotte St. Aubyn Profile
International Women’s Day is held annually on the 8th March. YouTube has a collection of previous speeches for you to watch. The internet has plenty of examples and here’s some links I have found that should help you start:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12345405

www.europa-eu-un.org/articles/en/article_10775_en.htm

www.doh.gov.za/docs/sp/2002/sp0817.html

If you gather all the facts and info you already know on Women’s Day, creating a speech should not be too difficult.

Women’s Day has been observed since the early 1900s and was originally known as Working Women’s Day. The 1900s were the peak of the industrial revolution and saw a huge boom in population and the first celebrated Women’s Day was 28 February 1909. It was set up to appreciate women in politics, economics and their social achievements after the great oppression and unrest which had occurred in the previous year. Women became more outspoken and fought to work, vote and have their rights. The first celebrated day came after the declaration by the Socialist Party of America.

In many countries and regions, the day was derived into other celebrated events for women such as Mothers’ Day and Valentine’s Day.

Today, International Women’s Day is a celebrated official holiday in countries such as Afghanistan, China, Uganda and Ukraine. Globally, it is still a sad fact that a lot of women are still not paid equally to men, are still not equal in numbers to men in work places and in lots of countries, women’s health and education lacks in comparison to males. International Women’s Day is currently celebrated to not only thanks those who fought for women’s rights in our cultures but also to inspire others to do so where they are not so fortunate.

This year’s International Women’s Day received words from President Obama who called it ‘Women’s History Month’.
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Anonymous answered
Look up National Woman's Rights Movement and you will find several women's speeches. You may also look up Susan B. Anthony; Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, all of these women and many others made many speeches on women's rights.

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