What, if anything, does IWD mean to you, now that it’s a century since it was first proposed by Clara Zetkin at the 1910 International Conference of Working Women?
What one thing would you like to see different for women by next year’s IWD, which will be the centenary of the first IWD celebration?
I’m not entirely sure what the point is meant to be of this Reuter’s slideshow of “women living extraordinary lives”, other than showcasing various photographs in their archives that just happen to have women in them. Despite including some undeniably powerful and/or appealing images, others just seem trite: there appears to be no theme or vision. Have I missed something, or is it just as much of a hodgepodge as I think it is?
Any other thoughts on IWD?
Categories: gender & feminism