8 March is an important day globally, celebrating women’s social, economic and political rights and the fight against discrimination and violence.
International Women’s Day is a celebration of women and at the same time a reaffirmation of the desire to fight for equal rights.
Since its emergence within the socialist movement, International Women’s Day has gained more and more recognition every year, and is now celebrated in developed and developing countries alike. In 1977 it was declared “International Women’s Year” by the United Nations. As of this year, International Women’s Day has been adopted by many governments of countries that had not previously known of its existence.
It is a day when women are recognised for their achievements, regardless of national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political divisions. It is a time to remember the efforts and achievements of the past and, most importantly, to look forward to the untapped potential of women and the opportunities that await women in future generations.
Life, art, even energy is feminine. The idea, like the fight and the bread, is also feminine. Ambitious, dynamic, with a passion for work, emotional and effective, they make their intervention more intuitive and beneficial.