Women’s Day 2017 Speeches
Women’s Day Speeches is not exactly the prototype but the source of Inspiration that is noteworthy and in addition to it, powerful. To honor the achievement of the most of all the women from political to economical and the social fields and their empowerment over the years should be celebrated. Therefore, we are in the mode of the celebration of the International Women’s Day on March 8 throughout the world.
Few decades have passed and since then, the main objective of Women’s Day celebration has changed a lot. Most of all are most noteworthy and seem like enveloping the extensive culture and ethnicity. These manifest itself as a reason why the celebration of love, respect and the appreciation of women happens.
Women’s Day is also commemorated in everywhere nowadays to make the girls remember the significance of being a woman. The awareness about the women empowerment makes the difference. The success stories and roles of the women are mentioned to remember the importance of women in society. One of the best medium to celebrate the Women’s Day is the speeches on Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day Speech
Virginia Woolf, ‘A Room Of One’s Own’ (1928)
‘My belief is that if we live another century or so – I am talking of the common life which is the real life and not of the little separate lives which we live as individuals – and have five hundred a year each of us and rooms of our own; if we have the habit of freedom and the courage to write exactly what we think…’
Her words were the source of the power that inspires the women in the year 2015 near about a century after she had spoken these words. The speech hits the core of patriarchy and put an argument that without the access to education and financial independence, ideological, social and creative freedom is just not possible and will be out of the reach of the women. Virginia knew this truth and that’s the reason, she expresses some of the words that voice the spirit and the determination of the soul, mind and the heart. That’s why; ‘Lock up your libraries if you like’, she said, ‘but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.’
Hillary Clinton, ‘Women’s Rights Are Human Rights’ (1995)
‘If there is one message that echoes forth from this conference, let it be that human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights once and for all. Let us not forget that among those rights are the right to speak freely — and the right to be heard.’
This Phenomenal speech was delivered by Hillary Clinton’s speech in Beijing at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women marked the remarkable moment for the rights of women. It is not only continue to inspire the women but What makes this speech special is the place where she spoke them.
Through these, she has cleared her manifesto: As long as discrimination and inequities remain things won’t change for women and girls. They are valued less, fed less and last, overworked, underpaid, not schooled and subjected to violence in and out their homes. The potential of the human family to create a peaceful, prosperous world will not be realized.
Aung San Suu Kyi, ‘Freedom From Fear’ (1990)
‘Fearlessness may be a gift but perhaps more precious is the courage acquired through endeavor, courage that comes from cultivating the habit of refusing to let fear dictate one’s actions, courage that could be described as ‘grace under pressure’ – grace which is renewed repeatedly in the face of harsh, unremitting pressure.’
In the year 1990, this enormously famous speech got accepted and shows its appeals to the spirituality of human nature: the compassion, bravery, and the conviction.