This year's theme – #MyFeminism
Feminism is simply about equality – equality for women, men and people of all gender identities. Achieving gender equality means that everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
This year's theme for International Women's Day is #MyFeminism, inspired by the role feminism continues to play in shaping Canada and countries around the world.
From the early suffragettes to the activists of today, #MyFeminism celebrates the feminists who inspire others through their determination to make a difference. They are the activists, advocates, and allies who continue to lead the way towards positive change.
This year, let's celebrate the feminist heroes who have helped pave the way towards equality. Add your voice to the conversation and tell us what feminism means to you using the hashtag #MyFeminism.
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This image is in a three-dimensional graphic style on a white background featuring photographs of five people of different ages and ethnicities. A large photograph of a woman appears in bright red, with four additional photos in bright blue superimposed to create a 3-D effect. The four figures featured (from left to right) are: a young man wearing glasses, a woman in a hijab, a young woman, and an older woman. The words "International Women's Day" appear in white text near the top, with the hashtag “#MyFeminism” appearing in white near the bottom. The Status of Women Canada wordmark appears in black on the bottom left-hand side, and the Canada wordmark appears in black on the right-hand side.
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