International Women’s Day 2021, on March 8th, is a reminder to US about ‘WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP’, achieving an EQUAL FUTURE in Covid -19 world.
You & me, let’s ‘CHOOSE TO CHALLENGE’ for Justice, Dignity and Hope. Since 1913, every year is a constant reminder for Gender Equality with these Challenges. We should be celebrating the achievements of Women who across cultures band together for Parity & Happier Womanhood.
Why do Women have to remind the world every year on March 8th? This should be a Celebration of Womanhood, who is the Epitome of LOVE, SHARING, CARING, PURPOSEFUL, POSITIVE, LEADERSHIP - Qualities of an ENLIGHTENED BEING.
Join me in linking 108 uplifting messages across the world. Please send your message before March 5th.
"International Women’s Day 2021, on March 8th, is a reminder to US about ‘WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP’. Achieving an EQUAL FUTURE in Covid -19 world.
You & me, let’s ‘CHOOSE TO CHALLENGE’ for Justice Dignity Hope. Since 1913, every year is a constant reminder for Gender Equality with these Challenges. We should be celebrating the achievements of Women who across cultures band 🤝 together for Parity & happier Womanhood.
My ideal is MAYA ANGELOU. Whose expression & inspiration to overcome discrimination was through powerful writing & literature.
Why do Women have to remind the world every year on March 8th?
This should be a Celebration of Womanhood, who is the Epitome of LOVE SHARING CARING PURPOSEFUL POSITIVE LEADERSHIP Qualities of an ENLIGHTENED BEING."
Anita Choudhrie, Path to Success, London
"In my opinion every woman is empowered . .. all depends upon how she wishes to use that . I admire the woman who cooks , cleans and also goes out to work so that she can give her children the education that she probably lacks. The woman who keeps our skies secure for us and the one who walks shoulder to shoulder with her army colleagues to keep our borders free of enemies. Here’s to every woman of the world."
Neelam Vedehra, London
"Running a business with a women workforce I believe the celebration of women lies in Us believing in Us. It is imperative that we remember that the strength of women only lies in standing together and recognising our strength is our mental tenacity and not a matter of muscle." Shafali Deewanjee, New Delhi
"This day is no different to any other. As women at every juncture and every day have to rise above themselves to live and survive in conditions much above what is humanly possible.
I dedicate this message to all those who have played a personal role in my life, the most important being my sister Hanit Mangat. A woman with such immense dignity and depth, who has helped everyone in her orbit to be the best and strongest version of themselves." Neelu Singh, New Delhi
"Fighting injustice, rising above your circumstances, these are words which were used for the previous generation. Today it is doing all of the above and empowering those around you so that we can build a world with equality and justice for everyone." Surina Narula MBE, London
Path to Success is supporting women in disability sport as they seek to achieve their dream of winning a Paralympic Medal.
"As one person I can not change the world, but I can change the world of one person".
Anita Choudhrie - Founder
Despite the success of the London 2012 Paralympics, disability sport in the UK continues to be underfunded. This forces many talented athletes to either generate their own funding, or give up on their dream.
Our mission is to secure the legacy of disability sport in the UK and inspire a new generation of British female Paralympic stars.
In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th 2018, we announced the launch of our campaign #PathtoTokyo2021&Beyond, which supports & empowers female athletes as they seek to achieve their dream of competing in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics & Beyond. Financial support provided by Path to Success will help to cover the cost of coaching, training, equipment, travel and tournaments.
Path to Success is supporting athletes in Para Powerlifting, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Tennis and Para Badminton.
Wheelchair basketball is amongst 5th highest sport participated by women. In 2016 Rio games 120 female and 143 male (45.60% female) participated from 15 countries.
Para-Powerlifting is one of the fastest growing Paralympic sports which made its debut in 1964. In 2016 Rio games, 78 female and 101 male (43.6% female) participated from 60 countries.
Wheelchair Tennis like many other sports has great impact on the life and body. A popular and expensive sport. In 2016 Rio games 32 female and 68 male (32%) participated from 29 countries.
Badminton will make its Paralympic Games debut at Tokyo 2020. Badminton is a sport that anyone can take part and enjoy.