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International Women’s Day Facts

You may have plans to celebrate International Women's Day with your friends, but you should also be aware of these fascinating International Women's Day facts. Let's take a moment to learn about the day's history, traditions, themes, hashtags, and exciting facts about Women's Day.

International Women’s Day Originated More Than 100 Years Ago

On February 28, 1909, the Socialist Party of America established the first National Woman's Day.Clara Zetkin, the leader of the Social Democratic Party's Women's Office in Germany, suggested a global International Women's Day in 1910.On the same day, people from all over the world could celebrate.On March 19, 1911, countries such as Austria, Germany, and Switzerland observed International Women's Day for the first time.In 1977,the United Nations officially recognised this day.

International Women’s Day Is an Official Holiday in Many Countries

It's wonderful to know that March 8th is a national holiday in a number of countries, including Cuba, Vietnam, Uganda, Afghanistan, Mongolia, Laos, Georgia, Armenia, Montenegro, Belarus, Cambodia, Russia, and Ukraine.

International Women’s Day Logo

The IWD logo is made up of a loop and an arrowed circle in purple and white.It represents the Venus symbol, which is also a symbol of femininity.It is widely used to promote and celebrate the advancement of women.It represents both hope and action for women's equality.

International Women’s Day Is Celebrated with Mother’s Day in Many Places

Mother's Day is observed to demonstrate love, respect, and honour for all mothers.In several countries, including Macedonia, Uzbekistan, Albania, and Serbia, these two days are combined into a single day.

International Women’s Day Has a Theme

In 1996, the United Nations created a theme for International Women's Day.This theme is associated with reminiscing about the past and making plans for the future.The theme in 1997 was "Women at the Peace Table."In 1998, the theme was "Women and Human Rights."Since then, theme tradition has been followed in the same manner.Last year's International Women's Day theme was "Let us all be equal for each other.