Women's night in Norway (08/05)

Everyone knows about International Women's Day, which is celebrated on March 8. But few people know that the Night of Women is also celebrated on the planet. It falls on May 8 and is celebrated in Norway.

Women's Night (Kvinnehistorisk Natt), which played a significant role in history, was invented in 2006 by feminists from the Norwegian city of Bergen (Bergen).

The main requirements put forward by the organizers of this Night are equal salaries for men and women (in modern Norway, women's salaries are much lower than men's salaries in similar positions) and affordable kindergartens. Under the influence of these factors, gender discrimination only intensifies: women have to stay at home with their children, and it is unprofitable to go to work and hire a nanny.