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By: Micaela G., Camila A., Fatima P. and Brunella R.
Feminism is the belief in the social, economic and political equality of the
sexes. Is believing that men and women are equal in all levels.
WHAT IS FEMINISM?
The first person that stood up for female
education between the late 14th and the
early 15th century was Christine de
Pisan, a French women.
In the 16th century Laura Cereta, a
venetian women that wrote a book
about what being a women meant and
the limits women used to have.
FACT: No one votes in
the Vatican because
there is no democracy
RIGHT TO VOTE
MAIN WOMEN RIGHTS
and women´s right
and girls are still
married as children
or trafficked into
forced labour and
Women and girls are often denied opportunities for
education, they continue facing multiple barriers based on
Gender equality requires an approach that ensures that girls
and boys , women and men not only gain access to and
AAUW: American Association of University Women that gives
equity for women and girls through vacancy, education,
philanthropy and research, this means providing women of all
She Runs It: It brings together the women and men who want to
help build a better media and society. One where a woman runs
her projects, her team, her department, runs the business, and
runs her life. They believe together, we can create a world where
no matter the task or ask – She Runs It..
On March 19, 1911, the first International Women’s Day was celebrated
by a German woman called Clara Zetkin. That was when women were
fighting for the right to vote. The United Nations asked nations to
observe March 8 as International Women’s Day in 1977.
WOMAN´S DAY STORY
In Malta, if you kidnap someone and marry them, you don’t need to go to jail.
A husband can beat his wife as long as he does not cause grievous bodily harm.
In Cameroon, a man can stop his wife from taking a job.
In India, Where husbands can rape their wives, with no consequences
In Sudan, Where girls as young as 10 can get married
Sadly, a new legal precedent set in Georgia (U.S.A.) last year established that it is not
illegal to take upskirt photos of women in public.
Sadly, seven U.S. states do not have any laws that prevent rapists from claiming
parental rights, if a rape victim becomes pregnant; The rapist has parental rights over