On March 8, Women from all over the world march – El Sol de México

This March 8 marks International Women’s Day, and thousands of women around the world take to the streets to protest the violence they experience every day.

An example of this is Afghan women in Great Britain, who decided to take to the streets to protest the repressions they are experiencing in their country by the Taliban.

Thai trade unionists and women’s rights activists took part in a march for better maternity rights on International Women’s Day in Bangkok.

On the other side of the world, in South Korea, hundreds of working women marched during a demonstration to mark International Women’s Day in central Seoul.

In turn, activists from the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) party in Pakistan demonstrated to commemorate this anniversary in Karachi.

“While women demand more rights, we are not referring to more Nazis,” is what can be read on a banner during a demonstration for better living and working conditions for women in Berlin, Germany.

Thousands of women in Rome also took to the streets to shout “Not one less” in the 8M park, the day on which women around the world organize to demand that their governments protect them from violence.

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