Short summary of the history of feminism

The word “feminism” enters the French language only from the 19th century
the 19th century.

From the 1870s in the United Kingdom, the suffragist movement developed, which became
who became suffragettes in 1903. Their demands were mainly about the right to vote
mainly on the right to vote. But they also concern an
independence from the workplace, from society, from the economy
the economy.

Feminist movements emerge in particular from the years
1960s in the rest of the world. Thus in 1995 in Beijing, 30,000 people met for the
World Conference on Women.

The International Women’s Day is officialized in 1977 by the United Nations
United Nations, celebrated every year on March 8.