International Women's Day is observed on 8 March worldwide. Women all over the world celebrate it but Have you ever wondered why International Women's Day is celebrated only on March 8?
International Women's Day begins with a labour movement. In the meantime, the swat fell when 15,000 women set foot in New York City in the United States for less than an hour on the job.
He also demanded better wages and the right to vote. A year later, the American Socialist Party declared this day the first National Women's Day.
The idea came from a woman, Clara zetkin, whose creation is an example from 1910, who suggested International Women's Day be celebrated during an international activist women's conference in Copenhagen Denmark.
About 100 women from 17countries who attended the conference and all supported this suggestion.
International Women's Day was first celebrated in Austria, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland in the year 1911 but technically 107 Women's Day was celebrated in 2018.