- International Women's Day in Spain
- International Women's Day in world
The most important international media have filled this Thursday with ir covers of photographs and news related to women's day and its manifestations around world, especially first Spanish feminist strike. This is what some of main media outlets on planet have counted:
The New York Times (USA): The American media heads its news about demonstrations on women's Day with a photograph of a concentration in Bilbao, in which thousands of women appear raising ir hands with feminist sign of triangle.
The Guardian (United Kingdom): The British environment highlights great follow-up that has had first feminist strike in Spain. The Guardian publishes some of most viewed slogans in banners: "They took away so much that y ended up taking away our fear", "no woman has an orgasm polishing kitchen floor" and "Women's rights = Human Rights".
Le Monde (France): The prestigious newspaper heads with Spain holder of its photogallery on different manifestations that have been celebrated in world. It includes image of a graffiti on a wall of Bilbao calling for strike and anor of demonstrators by bicycle in Madrid.
La Repubblica (Italy): One of reference newspapers in Italy has broadcasted live mobilizations in Rome and Milan, where thousands of women have protested under slogan "Non una dia" ("not a minus").
BBC (UK): The British television network has also reported on great follow-up to strike in Spain, where hundreds of thousands of women have come out on street under slogan "If we stop, world stops."
The Washington Post: The well-known U.S. media offers interviews with five activists — Oshrar Kotler (Israel), Stella Creasy (UK), Jun Yamamoto (Japan), Canan Arin (Turkey) and Raya Sarkar (India) — who dedicate part of ir lives to visualize some of most Important women suffer.
Public (Portugal): "More than 50 countries mobilized to mitigate WikiGap", thus titled newspaper its coverage of women's Day. The objective of WikiGap is to add content on women in Wikipedia, in which "re are four times more articles on men", as highlighted by Portuguese medium.