International Women’s Day

About International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality.

Marked annually on March 8th, IWD is one of the most important days of the year to:

  • celebrate women’s achievements
  • educate and awareness raise for women’s equality
  • call for positive change advancing women
  • lobby for accelerated gender parity
  • fundraising

Everyone, everywhere can play a part in helping forge gender equality. From a wide range of IWD campaigns, events, rallies, lobbying and performances – to festivals, parties, fun runs and celebrations – all IWD activity is valid. That’s what makes IWD inclusive. : Source – International Women’s Day website

The Rolling Barrage PTSD Foundation and The Rolling Barrage support International Women’s Day. In the history of The Rolling Barrage, women have been front and center to the organization. In 2017, the inaugural year of The Rolling Barrage, two women riders accomplished “The Full Pull” across Canada. In the following years more women would join the ranks of “The Full Pull” group.

The Co-Founder of The Rolling Barrage is Leslie Atkinson; spouse of Scott Casey – Founder of The Rolling Barrage. Leslie was also in the inaugural 2017 “Full Pull” group.

Women have served on The Rolling Barrage – Board of Directors, Executive, Provincial Representatives and Volunteers such as current Board of Directors member Carola Singer.

Women have, women currently, and women will always have involvement in The Rolling Barrage. To all the women who have made an impact in our organization we sincerely Thank You.

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