April 1, 2012

For Social Justice, Unity and National...

For Social Justice, Unity and National Sovereignty: IWD 2012 Celebrated in Eritrea like Never Before

For Social Justice, Unity and National Sovereignty: IWD 2012 Celebrated in Eritrea like Never Before

by Rahel Weldeab  | Where the grand majority of countries around the world acknowledge International Women’s Day in a gesture similar to Mother’s Day, giving small gifts to the women in their lives, this occasion is an official holiday in Eritrea. As the 8th of March approached, I knew I wanted to write an article about how it is celebrated in my country. I didn’t anticipate, however, the vast amount of information I would be able to gather just in regards to the number and types of events organized on this year’s IWD, not just within Eritrea but also among Eritrean communities in the Diaspora.
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