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Without a Woman
Today, We will not be talking about printing but we will be
bring a very sensitive subject that needs to be acknowledged.
We are going to be talking about how important women's right
are. Being a partially owned business, we believe we provide a
very special service to both big and small businesses around
the world not only in the united states. Nowadays, less and
less individuals recognize the enormous value that women of
all backgrounds add to our socio-economic system.
Today is a very crucial day for everyone to realize we as
humans not only as women have successfully progressed many
other rights such as civil rights, humanitarian rights and
more. Now we are being subjected to lower salary wages,
inability to vote (why? Our opinion doesn't matter?),
discrimination, even sexual harassment and those are some
issues that raise more than a few eyebrows! The strength of
individual women empowers us all. This International Women’s
Day, we’re turning up the volume on female voices and honoring
the impact they have on all of us.
Us, women provide a substantial amount of labor and manual
effort into what we do for society. Just as equal as men. Just
because we are women does not give anyone the authority to
tell us what we can and can not do, but we are still being
bashed on and imitated. Not everyone acknowledges or even
appreciates the struggle we as women have to endure in
society. Today, March 8, 2017 people around the world raise
awareness about International Women's Day. From Washington DC,
San Francisco, Philadelphia, even in New York City. Today as
women all around the world are preparing in central park to
encourage not to go to work,
whether you are being paid or not. Not to spend in
stores or online. Will it be easy for society to manage
without a woman? One day after Donald Trump was sworn in as
the 45th President of the United States, women and men
gathered and marched in major cities worldwide to highlight
that "women's rights are human rights". However, it seems as
if nothing is being put to acknowledgment on Pres. Trumps'
Here are just a
few things you should know about women around the world
impacting our every day society. There are about 132 Million
women living on earth as hard working entrepreneurs. The study
found that 19.4 percent of the American government is
comprised of women, and 21 percent of senior managers in
business are women. In Great Britain, the numbers are also
similar, with women coming in at 22.8 percent of the
government, and 22 percent of senior managers. Compared with
our measly 22 percent of female senior managers, Vietnam ups
the ante with 33 percent. Although still considered by some to
be a "developing nation," this southeast Asian country
outshines the U.S. when it comes to women wielding power in
business. Seems us women are being rundown but gender. Did you
know that Japan is the third largest economic power in the
world, but their workforce is in dire need of integration.
Only eight percent of senior management in business is
comprised of women, despite a 99 percent literacy rate and
rigorous education system. 15 percent of senior managers might
be female in India, but that number probably won't increase
dramatically until girls are given the same educational
opportunities that boys are. While men have an 81.3 percent
literacy rate, women are at an appalling 60.6 percent. Not
only that, but Russia has the highest rate of women in senior
management. More than 126 million women entrepreneurs were
starting or running new businesses in 67 economies in 2012.
Why profile us?
Concern Worldwide is committed to gender equality.
International Women’s Day is an important time for us to
remember women and girls whose lives are steeped in poverty
and discrimination. We believe that we can’t address extreme
poverty unless we tackle inequality. On International Women’s
Day, we show our support to women and girls who are still
living their lives without the rights they should have. We do
not wish to take over the world but to be treated with respect
and as an equal individual.