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International Women’s Day Celebration at PSOTC

08 MAR 2024

PSOTC continues its tradition of celebrating the 8th March, International Women’s Day, celebrating importance of women in everyday life

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Following tradition in Bosnia and Herzegovina, PSOTC organized small reception on the occasion of International Woman’s Day presenting a small token of gratitude to the PSOTC’s female members. Our Centre is recognizing the importance of women in everyday life. One of the crucial things in today’s world is equal opportunity, and PSOTC is recognizing women’s contribution where, together with men, they contribute to PSOTC’s mission and success.


Fun facts:


  • International Women’s Day was first recognized in Europe, Europeans recognized International Women’s Day in 1911. On 19 March 1911, the first International Women’s Day was held, with more than 1 million people in Austria, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland taking part. 
  • Some countries mark International Women’s Day as an official holiday. In some countries, International Women’s Day is also Mother’s Day.
  • The symbol for International Women’s Day is a female gender symbol. It is usually accompanied by purple, green and white colors. 
  • The main aims of the International Women’s Day are: to celebrate the achievements of women around the world, to encourage action on issues of gender equality, to empower women and girls around the world.