International Women’s Day

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International Women’s Day

Following the Russian Revolution, International Women’s Day was established as a national holiday in Russia and International Women’s Day is now celebrated throughout the world and its close links to the revolutionary struggles of the 20th century become more relevant as systemic crisis grips the capitalist world.


Alexandra Kollontai became head of the Soviet Women’s Department and People’s Commissar for Welfare and led the campaign to improve women’s living conditions, eradicate illiteracy and establish a new legal and social framework for women’s liberation.