Hayes can be a major figure in the Million Women Rise march, for which tens of thousands of women will visit central London on Saturday to protest against violence against women and women. All members are volunteers and the occasion, in its 13th year although it doesn’t have any corporate sponsorship or formal financing from any organization or Organization.
It’s strictly a women just march and when a person would like to engage, they are asked to babysit kids while your mom, spouse, sister, daughter, or friend attends the march”. Back in London by Care-International another march is organised Women’s day by which stars out of stage and screen marching shoulder-to-shoulder using grassroots campaigners for gender equality and climate justice”. In the last several years McDonald’s was accused of”McFeminism”, as it turned into the business’s emblem of gold arches upside down to form the letter W to signify Women, although the beer brewing firm Brewdog was accused of cynical advertising after releasing a pink coloured beer around International Women’s Day, supposedly to increase awareness about gender pay inequality and sexist advertisements. If brands would be to jump onto the springboard they then need to also open their pockets mentioned Katie Russell of Rape catastrophe, England and Wales a network of separate Rape Crisis Centre, who’s on a flame walk before International Women’s Day to raise funds for Service after rape and sexual abuse Leeds.
International Women’s Day is right around the corner according to feminists women’s day is at risk of becoming little more than the usual corporate Mother’s Day, together with companies jumping on the springboard to whitewash their goods instead of endorse women’s equality. With brands offering offers and discounts International Women’s Day goods out of fairly roses to hipster T-shirts inscribed with slogans like”Woman Up”, equivalent rights campaigners have called on these companies to take actions and contribute to grassroots level causes with this International Women’s Day, which occurs on Sunday 8 March, instead of using it as a promotional opportunity.
Vivienne Hayes, chief executive of the Women’s Resource Centre, said in a statement that this usage of International Women’s Day by companies is now part of their co-option of both feminism and women’s equality to a far more mainstream place, which has caused the corporatization of the progress of women’s rights. There is a threat that Women’s day becomes a occasion somewhat like Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day rather than giving prominence to the effect that women are creating around the planet. Every year has a theme and this year’s theme is #EachforEqual, knowing equality together with participants invited to consciously decide to battle stereotypes, battle prejudice, broaden perceptions, enhance scenarios and celebrate women’s accomplishments”.