March 8th, 1910 became official the International Women’s Day “8 March”

On March 8th,1910, with the proposal of Klara Cetkini,  the International Conference of Socialists, gathered  in Copenhagen, Denmark, decided that this date is celebrated as the “International Women’s Day”. For the first time, it was commemorated with demonstrations, a year later in Germany, Austria, Denmark and elsewhere. Today, this day has become a symbol of women’s struggle for freedom and justice, against discrimination, for their emancipation and progress.