Happy International Women's Day!

Did you know that International Women's Day was first celebrated on February 28, 1909 in the United States?

At that time, a wave of women's protests was aimed at protecting labor rights. The celebration of this day soon spread throughout Europe.

In 1913-1914, International Women's Day also became a mechanism for fighting World War I. This movement gradually gained strength during the 20th century.

The four women’s conferences organized by the United Nations helped to strengthen the movement, involving women in political and economic processes.

The United Nations has officially celebrated International Women's Day since March 8, 1975. This day, which is already celebrated in many countries around the world, has become a symbol of women's rights and empowerment.

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