Women’s Day 2021: International Women’s Day celebrated on 8 March, Know its history and Theme

Women's Day 2021:
Women’s Day 2021

Women’s Day 2021: International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on 8 March. This day has a special theme of every year. This year’s theme is Women in Leadership Achieving and Equal Future in a Covid-19 World

International Women on 8 March across the world The day is celebrated for the participation of women in the social and social literature, this women’s day is celebrated for participation in various fields and awareness of rights and economic of women. Along with this, there is a reason for celebrating International Women’s Day for women in various fields. Respect is given.

The history of International Women’s Day

Women’s Day 2021: firstin the world on 28 February 1999 on the pedestal of the Socialist Party in the US, then in 1910 at the Copenhagen Conference of Socially International, it gained international status at that time because the purpose of giving women the right to vote was The right to vote for women was mostly not at that time. After this, in 1971, this day was declared as a national holiday by the Soviet Union. The tradition of celebrating this day slowly spread throughout the countries of the world.

The reason behind celebrating the Women’s day

was the women strike in 1971 for the demand for bread and peace. The strike was started on the last Sunday of February was a historic strike and when the Russian Yar left power, the internal government of the country voted for the women. This is the reason why Women’s Day is celebrated all over the world on 8 March. In 

1996, the United Nations started celebrating this day with a special team, followed by International Women’s Day with different themes all over the world. Started being celebrated.

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