March 8, Mother’s Day or Women’s Day?

In 1977, the UN General Assembly proclaimed a resolution of the United Nations Day for the Rights of Women and International Peace. A celebration of women recognized internationally, but without specifying a specific day has been approved since 1910 by the Socialist International gathered in Copenhagen. After World War I, March 8 was established as International Women’s Day, but the process of women’s emancipation has not been completed.

A year later, in 1910, after the Copenhagen Workers’ Conference, attended by more than 100 women from 17 countries, it was decided that Women’s Day should be celebrated on the same day all over the world. World, and was elected on March 8, but only in 1913.

Women’s Day was recognized as an international celebration in 1977 and has become a tradition in most countries in Europe and the United States. The Day of March 8 is internationally The Day of Militant Women thanks to which women have the right to vote, property right, right to education, divorce, medical care.After 1989, Mother’s Day, is replaced by Women’s Day in Romania.

In Romania, on March 8th, Women’s Day is celebrated, the joy of life and the motivation to live. Until December 1989, Mother’s Day was celebrated, and on this occasion, performances dedicated to mothers were organized. After the 1989 Revolution in Romania, the concept of Mother’s Day is replaced with Women’s Day.

On the International Women’s Day in the West, the empowerment of women is celebrated to promote their rights and equality with men.Mother’s Day is generally celebrated every year, around the world on the second Sunday in May. About 70 countries around the world have, therefore, a common date for this holiday.

Australia, South Africa, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United States of America, Baltic States, Countries Of America, the southern countries of the Nordic countries, celebrate this day on the second Sunday of May.

In Romania, Mother’s Day was declared a public holiday since 2010 and is celebrated on the first Sunday of May. In Romania and Bulgaria, habits were preserved before the fall of Communism, when on March 8, on Mother’s Day, children gave presents to mothers, grandmothers, teachers and other women who were considered to be close.

In these circumstances, if you celebrate Mother’s Day, Women’s Day or both, Ambient Residence invites you to celebrate this wonderful day with us in a unique environment and wishes all the women a warm and unforgettable March 8th.

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