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Women's marches on International Women's Day

08.03.2020 15:31
"Manifa" takes to the streets of Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław and Katowice, among others
Manifa or Womens Day March participant in Katowice
"Manifa" or Women's Day March participant in Katowice PAP/Andrzej Grygiel

   The Day was first proposed at the at the 1910 International Socialist Woman's Conference in Copenhagen as a way of expressing respect to women struggling for equal rights, including the right to vote.

  In Poland, after the transformations of 1989 the popularity of March 8 waned, however it has returned as a focal point for women's rights, with gatherings and marches organized in many cities, mainly on the initiative of feminist groupings. 

  This year's march in Warsaw has been held under climate awareness slogans. As Zofia Marcinek of the organizers said at the press conference preceding the event "in the reality of a climate catastrophe the rights of women and excluded persons are particularly threatened".

  Women's Day Marches in Poland have been organized this weekend in Kraków, Wrocław, Lublin and Opole, among others. 

Source: PAP/IAR