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International Women’s Day

IWD Publications
UNESCO publications produced in the context of International Women's Day celebrations since 2003.


International Women's Day Programme 2009 - (BSP/GE)
IWD09Brochure.bmpThe publication of this year's programme is now available here

International Women's Day 2009 - International Round Table - (BSP/GE)
IRT2009Thumb.bmpThe publication of this year’s International Round Table entitled “Gender Equality as a Global Priority: Next Steps Forward” is now available in PDF format.
Click here to access the document

International Women's Day at UNESCO - 2008 programme - (BSP/GE)
IWD 2008.jpgDiscover the wide range of activites taking place at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris in celebration of International Women's Days 2008: round table, exhibits, films and more.

The UNESCO Courrier 2008 - number 2 -"Women between two shores" - (UNESCO)
Women Two Shores.jpgBritish writer Doris Lessing returns to her country of birth, Zimbabwe, and denounces our jaded world. Franco-Ivorian author Véronique Tadjo explains how travels can morph into exile. Spôjmaï Zariâb tells the story of war torn Afghanistan, from her Paris vantage point. Michal Govrin, from Israel, reveals the impassioned dimension of an unending conflict. In the United States, Indian author Kiran Desai questions the fate of belonging to two cultures. Argentine poet María Medrano builds a bridge between the free world and incarceration. All are women between two shores.

AWAY : Femme, Créativité, Diaspora et Dialogue Interculturel - (BSP/GE)
Away.jpgCatalogue of the exhibit organized by the Permanent Delegation of the Dominican Republic to UNESCO

Programme - International Women's Day, March 8 2007 - (UNESCO - BSP/GE)
IWD 2007.jpgBrochure containing the detailed programme of activities planned in UNESCO, Headquarters, on the occasion of International Women's Day, March 8 2007. Bilingual, English/French, document.

From Biodiversity to Cultural Diversity - by Sigrid ROTHE - (UNESCO - BSP/GE)
Biodiversity.jpgOn the occasion of International Women’s Day on 8 March 2007, UNESCO presents Sigrid Rothe’s homage to the diversity of expressions of life through a woman’s eye and lense. Her visual journey in this show from biodiversity to cultural diversity is designed also as a signal event to induce us to listen more carefully to women’s diverse voices and visions in all walks of life.

Dialogues - 2006 - (UNESCO/BSP)
Dialogues.jpgParis, 8 March 2006. Catalogue of the photo exhibit by Angèle Etoundi Essamba. Even though Essamba's photographs capture just a single moment in time, they convey something enduring and of great permanence: they can make us see others and ourselves. Others enter into DIALOGUES with us and we dialogue in return in different forms.

Women Rebuilding Life in Post-Tsunami Asia - 2006 - (UNESCO/BSP)
Women Rebuilding.jpgParis, 8 March 2006. Catalogue of the photo exhibit by Agostino Pacciani. Exhibit brings together twenty photos taken by the photo-journalist Agostino Pacciani, who travelled in several countries affected by the tsunami in order to witness the specific situation of women in these regions.

ART – ROBE: Women Artists at the Nexus of Fashion and Art - 2005 - (UNESCO/BSP)
ART ROBE.jpgParis, 8 March 2005. Catalogue of the exhibit. Cultural and artistic accomplishments of outstanding women artists who use elements of fashion or fabrics in their creative work.

In movement : UNESCO salutes Women Video Artists in the World - 2003 - (UNESCO/BSP)
In Movement.jpgParis, 8 March 2003. Exhibit Catalogue. The In Movement show allows us to sample and gaze on life through a female lense and perspective.


In movement : UNESCO salutes Women Video Artists in the World - by BSP





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