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Four women talk to mark International Women's DayThe idea of an international day for women was first tabled in 1910 by a German female political activist whose views on gender equality were ahead of her time. The United Nations proclaimed March 8 International Women's Day in 1977, a date that had already long since been marked by women around the world.Four women from different walks of life in Lebanese society spoke to The Daily Star about future and past challenges, what it means to them to be a woman and whether International Women's Day plays a role in their struggle for gender equality.
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