International Women’s Day – March 8th 2018 – #PressforProgress – Coffee Morning Next Thursday.

Sally Cronin invites us to participate in an important conversation on Thursday March 8th at her blog (and anywhere else!), which is International Women’s Day. This post is one I’m reblogging as it is a great read, bringing up many relevant issues. Please take time to read it.

On a related note, when I wrote about the #MeToo movement last month, your comments were very insightful and I will share some of them in a fresh post on Thursday. Thank you as always for your feedback ♥

I’ll leave you with this quote from Sally’s post, “If you are in a position of authority in a business or institution then ensure that you treat both men and women equally.” What are your thoughts? Are you seeing this happen in the workplace?

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Next Thursday I am inviting you to a virtual Coffee Morning in honour of International Women’s Dayon March 8th. I will be sharing some of the quotes of women and men that I admire; who have made a difference to our world in terms of empowerment or inspiration. I would love you to join me with your own favourite quote and also your views on the subject of gender equality.

I am sharing my thoughts today on two separate gender issues, the first being the #MeToo campaign which has been stripping the entertainment industry of its glitter recently… You may not agree with all my observations but that is part of the dialogue needed to create change.

The second is the bravery and commitment to change shown by women in Saudi Arabia to obtain the right to something most of us take for granted.

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11 thoughts on “International Women’s Day – March 8th 2018 – #PressforProgress – Coffee Morning Next Thursday.

  1. When I was a waitress girls were picked for their looks, most of the times women were tipped more then men maybe because people think it’s the single mom job, idk it’s hard work and I always tip 15% considering the service! Now I work for a much better company and there’s a lot of female managers and we are even celebrating women’s month. I wish all companies were like this! That’s how I like to treat my Facebook group- have a balance of male and female story tellers

  2. I wish the time will come, when every day will become a women’s day of celebration, in deeds, rather than one day a year of remembrance, that women are still fighting for equality . 🙂

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