Ministry Of Women And Child Development Celebrates International Women’s Day Week; Check Out Schedule

The women and child development ministry is celebrating International Women’s Day week from March 1 as a component of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

As a part of this week-long celebration, various events and social media campaigns that will cover a spread of themes that may be associated with women’s empowerment and safety are being organized by the Ministry.

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This event is being organized in partnership with the Bureau of Police Research and Development, with the goal of raising awareness of women’s safety and security.

The objective of organizing this event is to celebrate progress toward gender equality and women’s empowerment which is indeed an important concept to realise while also critically reflecting on the achievements and striving for gender equality.


On 2nd March, this event targeted the role that’s played by One Stop Centres in supporting women who are in distress. Street Manoraksha Project was launched by the ministry unitedly with NIMHANS Bengaluru. Emphasization is given to the psychosocial well-being and improving the psychological state of girls across the country.


‘Women of Tomorrow’ is going to be the theme celebrated on 3 March. A give-and-take remains on topics like Young Women in STEM – Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions, which can be followed by #NariShaktiVarta Fireside Chat with the ladies and child development ministry on financial literacy.

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In Bhopal, a two-day National Workshop with state commissions for defense of kid Rights on Contemporary Child Rights Issues will be conducted on March 4 and 5.

‘Back to School’ Campaign is also launched as ‘Kanya Shiksha Pravesh Utsav’ on 7th March jointly by UNICEF India and MoWCD, specializing in supporting girls who are out of school.

Two major events will be organized on 8th March, the ultimate day. they’re the International Women’s Day Conference for ladies Police Delegates from all States and UTs and Nari Shakti Puraskaar.

The events will honour women’s extraordinary acts and convey together various audiences to figure toward gender equality in India as a united force.