International Women's Day 2021: Learn the history and significance of International Women's Day
International Women's Day. This special day is celebrated on March 8 every year. This day highlights the triumph of women in the world of the future from the pages of history. Going beyond all the philosophies of race, religion, language, culture, economy, politics, Kurnish is credited with the achievements of women. The fight for women's rights became even stronger on the occasion of this day. In this context, let us know the history and significance of International Women's Day; Let's find out about this theme!
- What is the theme for International Women's Day 2021?
- What is the Colour for Women's Day?
- Which day is known as Women's Day?
History and significance of International Women's Day
February 26, 1909 International Women's Day was celebrated for the first time in America. Of course there was a reason behind this. A year ago, in 1906, a strike was called by the Socialist Party of America. The goal was to give women workers in the American textile industry the respect they deserved. On the other hand, Russian women workers also started celebrating Women's Day on February 26.
In March 1910, Women's Day was observed for the first time in many countries, including Austria, Denmark and Germany. Millions of people are vocal on issues including women's work rights, vocational training and job inequality. The movement gained momentum in 1911 under the leadership of Clara Zetkin of Germany. Gradually, this movement for women's rights and entitlements spread all over the world. During this time a conference was also held with 100 women from 16 countries. In 1913, March 7 was replaced by February. Since then, March 8 has been chosen as International Women's Day. Later, the United Nations officially sealed the deal. March 8, 1975 was declared International Women's Day by the United Nations. Starting from that.
The theme of this year's International Women's Day
The theme for International Women's Day 2021 is #ChooseToChallenge. In a word, this world, where there are thousands of challenges, obstacles, obstacles, obstacles, is just as aware and experienced. And from this challenge or obstacle comes change. The main goal of this year's theme is Corona Challenge. This year's International Women's Day has identified the challenges or obstacles posed by the coronavirus. The role of women in this case has also been discussed in detail. In particular, the role of women in the policy-making or decision-making process in dealing with the situation is being looked at.