International Women’s Day is here to remind us that women-men equality is still far away. Raising awareness, this day is held on March 8 and enables us to shine a light on women’s conditions across the world, and to make us understand that how important it is to fight for Women's Rights.
On the International Women's Day in Paris, let's discover many entertainments. From activist demonstration to debates, plays and introduction to self-defense, we have to say that the International Women's Day knows how to make itself heard.
On the menu for International Women’s Day 2020 in Paris: (Currently being updated)
Entertainment village by the Eiffel Tower for Toutes en Moto 2020 and International Women's Day
This Sunday March 8, 2020, Toutes en Moto expect you for International Women's Day. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the association, a whole village expects you across the Eiffel Tower, on Quai Branly. Concerts, entertainments, food truck and light show are on the menu.
1 heure, 1 femme d'influence: conferences at mk2 Odéon
Movie theater mk2 Odéon offers - from September 14, 2019 to March 28, 2020 - a series of conferences about the great women who marked history. WIth 1 Heure, 1 femme d'influence, discover the exceptional life of these models as told by female art historians.
'Folles de Pâtisseries' Weekend at chez Fou de Pâtisserie
5 talented female pastry chefs expect us on March 7 and 8, 2020 at the Montorgueil-set Fou de Pâtisserie store for a "Folles de Pâtisseries" weekend 100% tasty.
Women's Day at the Basilique Saint-Denis: Queens, princesses and women
On this March 8, for the International Women's Day, the Basilique Saint-Denis shines a light on queens and princesses burried in the basilica. The stories of these women implicitly drawns the evolution of the queen's role - and women's roles - in the society and the History of France.
As many entertainments reminind us their own ways that we keep fighting in France as everywhere else in the world.
Stay tuned to discover other events.
We Can Do It!, original poster by J. Howard Miller