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Women’s Day is a day to celebrate and empower women around the world. It is a day to recognize the immense contributions that women have made in society and to highlight the ongoing fight for gender equality. As we reflect on the progress that we have made, we also acknowledge the work that still needs to be done.

From fighting the vote to breaking down barriers in the workplace, women have played a vital role in shaping the world we live in today. Yet despite these achievements, women continue to face discrimination and inequality in many areas.

One of the biggest challenges that women face is the gender pay gap. In many countries, women earn less this is not only unfair but also has a significant impact on women’s financial security and well-being. We must continue to push for equal pay for work and to challenge the systemic barriers that prevent women from advancing in their careers. Another challenge women face is violence and harassment. Women are more prone to being harassed and dishonoured in both their personal and professional lives than men.

This is unacceptable and we must work together to create a safer and more equitable world for women. Women’s Day is also an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women in all fields. Women have made groundbreaking contributions in every single area and community from sciences and technology to politics and arts. We must continue to amplify the voices of women and create opportunities for them to thrive.

In conclusion, Women’s Day is set as a reminder of the incredible strength and determination women have shown around the world. It is a day to celebrate the progress that women have made and to recommit ourselves to the ongoing battle for the promotion of gender equality.

By Raheem Hamid

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