International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate the remarkable contributions of women all around the world. It is a day to recognize their achievements in various fields and we would like to dedicate this day to inspiring everyone to continue breaking gender barriers.
Kudun and Partners is committed to advancing gender equity in all aspects of the legal profession. We believe that gender equity is not only a moral imperative, but also a business imperative, and we strive to create a workplace culture that values diversity, inclusion, and equality.
On the special occasion of International Women’s Day, March 8, we expressed our collective awareness of women’s power through #KAPEmbraceEquity campaign. Through this campaign, we want to celebrate the achievements of women and progress our community have made towards eliminating the gender gap. Our firm members used the hashtag #KAPEmbraceEquity from the campaign to share stories, images, and quotes that celebrate women’s power through social media as a way to project our stance and support.
Our team of legal and business professionals are diverse, with a range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We understand the unique challenges that women face in the legal profession, and we are committed to advocating for the rights and promoting the advancement. Our firm know it is a must to recognize the importance of empowering and supporting women. It is crucial that we work towards creating a world where women are valued and given opportunities to succeed.
International Women’s Day is celebrated in many countries around the world. It is a day on which women are celebrated for their accomplishments regardless of cultural, economic, or political boundaries.
The important day was officially recognised by the United Nations in 1977 and it was first emerged from the activities of labour movements in North America and Europe back in twentieth century.
The annual celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8 as it is linked to women’s movements during the Russian Revolution in 1917. During the war, Russian women chose to protest and strike for “bead and Peace”, in response to the death of 2 million Russian soldiers, on the last day Sunday of February – which later fell on March 8 on the Gregorian calendar. As a result of their bravery, the authorities grant women the right to vote.