International Women’s Day



International Women's Day, celebrated on March 8th each year, is symbolized by various icons and representations.

One of the most common symbols associated with International Women's Day is the image of a stylized flower, particularly a red carnation.

This flower has historical significance as it was adopted as a symbol of the day during the early 20th century, representing the struggle for women's rights, equality, and solidarity.

Additionally, the color purple is often associated with International Women's Day, symbolizing justice and dignity for women worldwide.

Other symbols may include images of women, such as silhouettes or profiles, and slogans advocating for gender equality and women's empowerment.