Dia internacional de la mujer

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The international day of working women and international women's day commemorates the struggle of women for their participation, on equal terms with men in society and their full development as aperson. It is celebrated on March 8.
The first call took place in 1911 in Germany, Austria, Denmark and Switzerland extended their memorial, since, in many countries. In 1977 the general assembly of theorganization of the United Nations (UN) declared March 8 as international day for women's rights and international peace. Is a national holiday in some countries?
On February 28, 1909 was held forthe first time in the United States socialist women's day following a statement by the socialist party of America.
In august 1910 the second international conference of socialist women, meeting inCopenhagen, reiterated the demand for universal suffrage for all women and a proposal from the German socialist luise zietz, adopted the resolution proposed by Clara zetkin proclaiming march 8 as theinternational day of working women, [13] the proposed zetkin was unanimously endorsed by the conference i attended over 100 women from 17 countries, including the first three women elected to the finishparliament. The aim was to promote equal rights, including women's suffrage
following the decision taken at Copenhagen the previous year, the international day of working women was held for the firsttime on march 19 in Germany, Austria, Denmark and Switzerland, with meetings attended by more than one million people, for women who demanded the right to vote or hold public office, the right towork, to vocational training and employment discrimination.
Rural women play a major role in the economies of both developing countries as developed, contributing to agricultural progress, improve foodsecurity and help reduce poverty in their communities.
These women constitute 43% of the workforce in the field; figure becomes 70% in some places.
Gender inequality and limited access to credit,...
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