“March 8th, International Women’s Day, is an important day for women’s empowerment worldwide. It’s a day dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women in various fields such as education, healthcare, politics, and entrepreneurship.

In the context of International Women’s Day, the idea of dedicating a day to all women in the world is to commemorate their achievements. Every year, on March 8th, International Women’s Day is celebrated. This day holds a plethora of historical memories. It reminds us of the struggles and accomplishments of women throughout history. Various events such as seminars, workshops, and rallies are organised by women themselves. These events shed light on the stories and contributions of women, emphasising their resilience and empowerment. From the beginning of the 20th century, women’s movements across the globe have fought for their rights and have made significant progress despite facing many obstacles. The memory of the struggles faced by women in patriarchal societies, the struggles for equality, dignity, and empowerment, is what International Women’s Day commemorates. Recognizing and celebrating the roles of women in reshaping societies, economies, and cultures, as well as promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment, are the main objectives of this day.