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Events to celebrate International Women's Rights Day

Events to celebrate International Women's Rights Day

In 2024, equality will be our next victory!


Various actions are being supported by the City of Strasbourg and committed local associations. Don't miss out on the program by clicking here.Here's a small extract from the program:

  •  Tuesday, March 5 at 6:00 pm at Médiathèque Olympe de Gouges

Discussions during the Olympe evening: "qu'elles retournent à leurs casseroles" - women athletes: the media's fantasy.

  •   From March 8 in the Krutenau - Esplanade - Conseil des XV neighborhoods

Discover the artistic journey of ephemeral frescoes on the theme of gender equality.
See the program on page 3.

  • 8 mars à 14h, Place Kléber :

The member associations of the Commission Plénière égalité de la Ville de invite you to take part in the feminist strike and demonstration on March 8, starting at Place Kléber.More informations here.

  • Thursday, March 14 at 6:00 pm at the administrative center (salle des conseils)

Public evening "Equality in sport, it counts!"

  • Throughout March :

Initiations to a wide range of sporting activities: self-defence workshops, body karate, yoga, disc golf, self-improvement...

Le sport donne des "elles" / Sport gives you wings

  • March 18th to 23rd: 100% free, 100% women's multisport event

This year, over thirty sports activity slots will be available in different areas of the town: Koenigshoffen, Hautepierre and Wacken. Click here to register.


The European Parliament

•   From 9am, a selection of archive videos, in partnership with INA, will be shown on the European Parliament's visitors' circuit, highlighting Louise Weiss and Simone Veil, two women who shaped Europe through their commitment and their struggles.

•    At 3pm, curator Claire Le Van will lead a guided tour of the exhibition "Louise Weiss et Simone Veil : destins croisés".Register.

•   At 4 p.m.,  the highlight of the day, the Plurielles vocal ensemble will perform a festive musical program featuring covers of famous songs such as Gloria Gaynor's "I will survive" and Angèle's "Balance ton quoi". The program is a tribute to the many voices that have spoken out to denounce and reject oppression, to express the pride of being a woman and the joy of collective action.

•    At 5pm, Claire Le Van will host a discussion on the cross-fertilized destinies of Louise Weiss and Simone Veil. Register.

Plan to arrive 15 minutes before the time indicated, in order to pass security checks.
Click here for more information on the event.