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Compèring Script for the International Women’s Day – March 8

International Woman Day (also IWD) is an international day celebrated on 8th March. It celebrated the movements of women’s rights. However, the first Women’s Day was celebrated in New York on 28th February 1909. Later, the 1910 International Woman’s Conference suggested 8th March as an ”International Women’s Day”.  However, International Women’s Day was, initially, celebrated as a holiday in Soviet Russia when, in 1917, women gained suffrage. Then, in 1975, the United Nations also adopted the 8th march as the International Women’s Day.

In addition, each year has its theme: Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030 (2017), Investing in Women and Girls (2008). All around the globe, this day is celebrated with love and passion by giving women flowers and gifts. Also, events are held in the honor of women. So, if your school has selected you the host on the International Women’s Day, the compèring script for the International Women’s Day – March 8 can help you host the program.

Also Read: How to Celebrate Mother’s Day  – 10 Celebration Ideas

Comparing script for the International Women's Day – March 8
Compèring Script for the International Women’s Day

Compèring Script for the International Women’s Day – March 8

Indeed, no struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men.

In 1909, we realized saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing our economic growth, connecting the dots between climate change, water scarcity, global health, and, hence, nothing is possible without women working side by sidemen. Therefore, the International Women’s Day was first celebrated on 28th February 1909, in New York. However, later, the 1910 International Woman’s Conference suggested 8th March as an ”International Women’s Day”. So, each year people from various countries celebrate 8th March as International Women’s Day with love and honor for womanhood.

So, Ladies and gentlemen, very good and warm morning to everyone assembled here. I am (name of the anchor) privileged to host the International Women’s Day event held by (name of the institute).

Welcoming Guests

Initially, it’s my pleasure to welcome you all: esteemed chief guests, parents, students, and foremost importantly beautiful ladies of the day.

As well as, I am honored to welcome Mr.  (name of the chief guest). You are … Also, Mr./ Miss (name of the guest), you are…

Thank you, sir/madam and everyone, for giving us your precious time.


”Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.”   _Bagvat Gita

To start the program, we would like to call upon (name of the reciter) for a Lord’s Prayer.

Thank you, (name of the reciter), for such a heart-touching pray.

Welcome Tableau

A ray of light is a ray of hope.

Let’s all leave the darkness and step towards the bright path.

With that being said, I would like to call upon our beautiful angles of call XYZ for the welcome tableau.

Wow! It was a splendid performance. Thus, to appreciate them, give them a round of applause, ladies and gentlemen.


The girls who were unanimously considered beautiful often rested on their beauty alone. I felt I had to do things, to be intelligent, and develop a personality in order to be seen as attractive. By the time I realized maybe I wasn’t plain and might even possibly be pretty, I had already trained myself to be a little more interesting and informed. —Diane Von Furstenberg

Now I would call upon (name of the speaker) to share his view on the given topic.

”If you want anything done, ask a woman.”

This was (name of the speaker). Thanks for sharing your view.


Moving ahead, let’s have some entertainment. Our students have worked hard to bring their audiences’ own drama, tears, and laughter they know about to them about womanhood. So, we hope you all will enjoy it.

Students, now the stage is yours, so rock on. Hence, to call them on the stage, please, a round of applause for them.

Mind-blowing illustration! We would like to thank and appreciate our students for such a splendid and heart touching performance.

Speech by Chief Guest

Now I am honored to call upon Mr. (name of the chief guest) on the stage to share his view.

So, please, a round of applause for him.

Thank you, sir, for sharing your views.

Calling Principle on the Stage

I would bother Mr. (name of the principal) for a while to join us on the stage to say some words. Please, sir.

Thank you, sir. We acknowledge your hard work and commitment to this school.

There is always an end to every event such as this auspicious event. We are glad that you joined us today. Moreover, wish you all happiness, peace, health, success, and liberty in all the fields of life.

I hope the compèring script for the International Women’s Day – March 8 was helpful to you. if you had any questions or suggestions, please, feel free to share in the comment section below.

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