International Right To Know Day 2023 is on Thursday, September 28, 2023: Why is international Womens Day celebrated?

Thursday, September 28, 2023 is International Right To Know Day 2023. The International Right to Know Day was proposed on 28 September 2002 at a meeting of Freedom of information organisations from around the world in Sofia, Bulgaria.

International Right to Know

The International Right to Know Day was proposed on 28 September 2002 at a meeting of Freedom of information organisations from around the world in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Why is international Womens Day celebrated?

International Women's Day (IWD) is marked on 8 March. It is a major day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women.

The idea of having an international women's day was first put forward at the turn of the 20th century amid rapid world industrialization and economic expansion that led to protests over working conditions. Women from clothing and textile factories staged one such protest on 8 March 1857 in New York City. The garment workers were protesting what they saw as very poor working conditions and low wages. The protesters were attacked and dispersed by police. These women established their first labor union in the same month two years later.

More protests followed on 8 March in subsequent years, most notably in 1908 when 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights. In 1910 the first international women's conference was held in Copenhagen (in the labour-movement building located at Jagtvej 69, which until recently housed Ungdomshuset) by the Socialist International and an 'International Women's Day' was established, which was submitted by the important German Socialist Clara Zetkin. The following year, IWD was marked by over a million people in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. However, soon thereafter, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City killed over 140 garment workers. A lack of safety measures was blamed for the high death toll. Furthermore, on the eve of World War I, women across Europe held peace rallies on 8 March 1913. In the West, International Women's Day was commemorated during the 1910s and 1920s, but dwindled. It was revived by the rise of feminism in the 1960s.

Demonstrations marking International Women's Day in Russia proved to be the first stage of the Russian Revolution of 1917. Following the October Revolution, the Bolshevik feminist Alexandra Kollontai persuaded Lenin to make it an official holiday, and it was established, but was a working day until 1965. On May 8, 1965 by the decree of the USSR Presidium of the Supreme Soviet International Women's Day was declared as a non working day in the USSR.

what is international angel day?

what is international angel day?

THis is what International Angel Day is

This is a full-day, powerful workshop supported and inspired by the archangels. Its a Day when

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Specifically, Archangel Michael will help you explore and understand the next steps in your Divine life purpose. Archangel Raphael will lead us in a sacred heart centre healing experience and help us overcome physical challenges to manifest health and relationship wellness. And Archangel Metatron will help you understand your own unique purpose in relation to Indigo Children and Adults and how the ongoing spiritual revolution led by Indigo Children and Adults is inspiring the Indigo in all of us! And Chris will be providing angel readings from the archangels to various participants!

This workshop is suitable for angel enthusiasts of all levels. There will be plenty of interactive experiences with the angels designed for you to discover, explore, and understand the next steps in your own spiritual journey, regardless of your level of experience with angels. This workshop is suitable for children, and adults of all ages.

Each year, on International Angel Day, participants gather together at 100s of events around the globe to experience a palpable, collective energy of peace and unity, celebrating our own Divine connection with the angels. Join us for a day of Divine inspiration and love with the angels!

Yes Angel Day is Celebrated All over the World ( It Raises funds for Children's Charities.

International Angel Day is celebrated all over the world aiming to raise funds for children's charities and to spread loving angelic energy to all parts of the globe & universe. Our event will run simultaneously with other events all over the world.

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International Angel Day is celebrated all over the world aiming to raise funds for children's charities and to spread loving angelic energy to all parts of the globe & universe. Our event will run simultaneously with other events all over the world.

when was the first International Women’s Day celebrated?

when was the first International Women's Day celebrated?

International Women's Day (IWD) is marked on 8 March every year. It is a major day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women. Started as a political event, the holiday blended in the culture of many countries (primarily Russia and the countries of former Soviet bloc).

In some celebrations, the day lost its political flavour, and became simply an occasion for men to express their love to the women around them - somewhat similar to Western Mother's Day and St Valentine's Day mixed together. In others, however, the political and human rights theme as designated by the United Nations runs strong, and political and social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner.

The IWD is also celebrated as the first spring holiday, as in the listed countries the first day of March is considered the first day of the spring season.

History-

March 8 rally in Dhaka, BangladeshThe first IWD was observed on 28 February 1909 in the United States following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. Among other relevant historic events, it commemorates the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire (New York, 1911), where over 140 women lost their lives. The idea of having an international women's day was first put forward at the turn of the 20th century amid rapid world industrialization and economic expansion that led to protests over working conditions. By urban legend,[1][2] women from clothing and textile factories staged one such protest on 8 March 1857 in New York City[citation needed]. The garment workers were protesting what they saw as very poor working conditions and low wages. The protesters were attacked and dispersed by police. These women established their first labor union in the same month two years later.

More protests followed on 8 March in subsequent years, most notably in 1908 when 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights[citation needed]. In 1910 the first international women's conference was held in Copenhagen (in the labour-movement building located at Jagtvej 69, which until recently housed Ungdomshuset) by the Second International and an 'International Women's Day' was established, which was submitted by the important German Socialist Clara Zetkin. The following year, IWD was marked by over a million people in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. However, soon thereafter, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City killed over 140 garment workers. A lack of safety measures was blamed for the high death toll. Furthermore, on the eve of World War I, women across Europe held peace rallies on 8 March 1913. In the West, International Women's Day was commemorated during the 1910s and 1920s, but dwindled. It was revived by the rise of feminism in the 1960s.

Demonstrations marking International Women's Day in Russia proved to be the first stage of the Russian Revolution of 1917. Following the October Revolution, the Bolshevik feminist Alexandra Kollontai persuaded Lenin to make it an official holiday, and it was established, but was a working day until 1965. On May 8, 1965 by the decree of the USSR Presidium of the Supreme Soviet International Women's Day was declared as a non working day in the USSR "in commemoration of outstanding merits of the Soviet women in communistic construction, in the defense of their Motherland during the Great Patriotic War, their heroism and selflessness at the front and in rear, and also marking the big contribution of women to strengthening friendship between peoples and struggle for the peace."..

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