Thursday, March 5, 2015

OZONE invites for International Women's Day 2015


OZONE, The sOuth Zone BOard of CoNtinuing Education commemorates the
Women's day Organisers
International Working Women's Day on 7th March, a day earlier than the official IWD.
The OZONE is voluntary provider of adult and continuing education and has been positively changing the lives of people. Women from all walks of life attend OZONE activities to take part in adult and continuing education. All manner of ingenuity needs to be applied to make educational opportunities available to women in all walks of life across both economic and human dimensions. Women’s life case studies are stimulating and exciting way to develop a critical understanding of women’s position and experience in contemporary society, culture and politics. OZONE opens up the feminist thought using cross-cutting, powerful themes such as gender, class, race, sexuality and diversity. A lot of learning in the information age is learning how to find things out. Women are encouraged and assisted to get assisted supportive, interactive environment, and are facilitated in communication, analytic skills transferable skills that can be used in further women empowerment by OZONE. To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2015, the OZONE is celebrating the lives of women and their achievements.
OZONE Invitation for IWD celebration
On Saturday 7th of March 2015
OZONE is sharing and celebrating how adult and continued education learning has transformed women’s lives and also the lives of their communities. The International Working Women's Day is marked with grand celebrations. The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights. A day dedicated to women, the International Women's Day is celebrated to inspire women and honour their achievements. South Zone Board of Continuing Education and several other NGOS and women's organizations participate in the Women's Day celebration they organise various stage plays, events, seminars, programmes, etc., and also present awards to women achievers. This day also sees men honouring the women in their lives, be it their mother, sister, daughter, by giving them a gift as a token of respect, love and care. The day is observed at the United Nations with a specific theme each year. For the International Women's Day 2014, the theme is "Inspiring Change". It aims to influence and strengthen the international community's commitment to put an end to violence against women. It intends to introduce a positive change to balance the status of women and men in an unequal world. -Govin


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