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Every year in March, people from all over the globe celebrate International Women’s Day. It’s a day to observe women’s economic, social, cultural, and political achievements.
It’s also a time to recognize how far the world has come in trying to achieve a gender-equal world. In this post, we’ll explain the history of International Women’s Day and share 10 ways to celebrate women’s history month at work.
The History of International Women’s Day In 1909, 15,000 women organized protests in New York City for the first Women’s Day celebration. Their concern was to fight for voting and labor