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Entries with Keyword international women’s day

Us women only have little brains. It’s hard enough remembering what our husbands like in their sandwiches, let alone deciding what we actually want for ourselves. Thank the Lord then that Argentine politicians know exactly what women want. Macri reminded …

Yesterday, around the world, women held strikes and marched in solidarity for International Women’s Day. Themes of equal pay and opportunity, an end to gender-violence and reproductive rights swept many protests. In Buenos Aires, thousands of people trekked to the …

Today is the day, the International Women’s Strike. In over 50 countries around the world, women will strike from their workplaces, be it office or home, to demonstrate their integral roles in society and the disparities they face. Each strike …

In an interview with La Nación, Buenos Aires Province Governor María Eugenia Vidal announced the creation of a new network of shelters for women who are victims of gender violence. An appropriate announcement to make on International Women’s Day, …

In honor of International’s Women’s Day, we are listing out 10 history-making women Argentina has the privilege to call its own. So Beyoncé, Gloria Steinem and Maya Angelou can all shuffle to the left, we have a few more to …

If the ads for discounted flowers and chocolates hadn’t alerted you to the fact already, today is International Women’s Day.

Celebrated since 1911 but officially recognized by the United Nations as an “international day” in 1975, International Women’s Day “celebrates …

International Women’s Day will be celebrated worldwide on Sunday, 8th March.

This international festival draws attention to women’s rights and participation in society. It is a day for us all to reflect on women’s role in history while also remembering …