In the 1975 the United Nations began celebrating 8 March as International Women's Day.
In December of the 1977, two years later, the UN General Assembly declared 8 March as International Day for Women's Rights and International Peace. International Women's Day has gained a global dimension throughout the twentieth century for women all over the world.
The international movement in defense of women's rights is growing and is strengthened by the United Nations who held four world conferences on women and contributed to the commemoration of International Women's Day: it is a point of convergence that coordinates efforts for women's rights women and their participation in political and economic life.
A wish from Albania News to all women, who have always been protagonists in the history of the nation, to our readers and to our Italian and Albanian collaborators.
Here are some thoughts published on our portal over time
- Poetry "To my mother", by Dritan Mesuli
- Emma, the caregiver who speaks seven languages, by Sonila Alushi
- "How many lives do you have, Adele?", a story by Sabina Darova
- "Houda, the hairdresser with a degree in languages", by Adela Kolea