Why is International Women’s Day Celebrated
What Is International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is the moment to Honor on passage made, to consider for adaptions and to commemorate and remember the act of bravery and willpower of common women who have played a remarkable role in the history of their country and communities. It is also known as International Working Women’s Day and celebrated on 8th March each year. In Conflicting territory, the center of attention of the celebration is a normal celebration of respect, love, and appreciation toward brave women’s to making for women’s political, economic, and social achievements.
Why is International Women’s Day?
History OF Women’s Day
International Women’s Day (IWD) has been noticing on premature 1909 February 28th – A time of serious development and the industrial revolution. It was arranged by Socialist Party of America in remembrance of the 1908 strike of the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union.
In 10th August 1910, an international women’s day was arranged in Copenhagen, Denmark and 100 women’s included the first three women elected to the Finnish parliament from 17 different country’s taken part in it, Who represented the union, working clubs, and socialist party. Inspired Luise Zietz announced of an annual International Women’s Day but no date was specified for it. Delegates agree with the idea as a tactics to develop equal rights.
ON march 19th 1911 International Women’s Day (IWD) was noticeable for over 100 million people in Denmark, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. There were some women’s strike, marches, and other the protest in 1914 but non of them happened on 8th March. Later International women’s day was held on 8 march 1914 may be because of Sunday. So From That day all country celebrate International women’s day date:- on 8 March each year.
International Women’s Day 2019 Theme
The 2019 theme of International Women’s Day is “Better the Balacne Better the World – #BalanceforBetter”