October 04, 2022

History & Meaning of Vietnamese Women Day 20/10

1. History of Vietnamese Women's Day October 20

Vietnam is an agricultural civilization, based on wet rice cultivation and handicrafts, so women become the main labor force.

Besides, the history of Vietnam is also the long years of resistance war against foreign invaders. Most recently, the resistance wars against the French colonialists and the American imperialists had great contributions from women. They are the brave, brave, and industrious fighters, a solid rear, industrious, creative, and intelligent workers, and who play a particularly important role in preserving and developing their identity. national cultural quintessence. In addition, they are also gentle, courageous and loyal mothers who have produced generations of heroes of the heroic nation.

From 1927, mass organizations began to form and attract a large number of women such as the Red Union, the Red Farmer's Association, mutual aid groups, vocational training groups and women's own organizations.

In 1927, a group of Mrs. Nguyen Thi Luu, Nguyen Thi Minh Lang, and Nguyen Thi Thuy were three sisters in Phat Tich village (Bac Ninh) participating in the Revolutionary Youth Union, they propagated and built a vocational training group. ten and learn letters. Ms. Thai Thi Boi's group, including Le Trung Luong, Nguyen Thi Hong, and Huynh Thuyen, participated in activities at Dong Khanh girls' school.

In 1928, the group Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Nguyen Thi Phuc, and Nguyen Thi An participated in Tan Viet's red association activities. This group contacted Mrs. Xuan, Thiu, Nhuan and Lien to establish the Women's Liberation newspaper in Vinh.

In 1930, during the Nghe Tinh Xo Viet movement, in Nghe An, Ha Tinh there were 12,946 women participating in the liberation of women and fighting with the people to establish the Soviet government in over 300 communes.

On May 1, 1930, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thap participated in leading the struggle of more than 4,000 farmers in Chau Thanh and My Tho districts, in which thousands of women participated.

On February 3, 1930, the Communist Party of Indochina was established. The first political platform of the Party since its inception clearly stated "equal rights for men and women". The Party soon recognized the great role of women in the life and long-term resistance of the nation. Women had to join revolutionary organizations (union, farmer's association) and set up their own organization to attract women from all walks of life to participate in the revolution.

Therefore, on October 20, 1930, the Vietnam Women's Anti-Imperial Union (now the Vietnam Women's Union) was established. This historic event deeply demonstrates the Party's stance on the role of women in the revolution, women's organization and women's liberation.

That is why October 20 every year becomes a day to celebrate and honor Vietnamese women.

2. Meaning of Vietnamese Women's Day October 20

October 20, 1930 was the first day in our country's revolutionary history, a mass organization of women was officially established and operated openly, in order to unite and encourage women to make active contributions. in the revolutionary cause of the country.

With their own organizations, Vietnamese women made an important contribution to the success of the August Revolution, gaining independence for the country, and establishing the people's revolutionary government. As a result, Vietnamese women also for the first time held electoral votes, participated in government and social work, held many responsibilities in the State apparatus and mass organizations.

Every year, October 20 is chosen as the Vietnamese Women's Day, which is the recognition of the country to those who were given 8 golden words by Uncle Ho: "Hero, Indomitable, Loyalty, Courageous".

Vietnamese Women's Day, October 20, is an occasion to honor women, not only in their outward graceful beauty but also in the beauty of industriousness, tolerance, hard work and sacrifice. October 20 is also an opportunity to affirm the role, position and merits of women in society, express the recognition and concern of the society, create a source of strength for them to strive and make efforts in the future. life, bring into full play their talents and roles.

Modern women are increasingly subjected to a lot of pressure, stress and fatigue to balance work and family. Therefore, Vietnamese Women's Day October 20 is an opportunity for men to express their love and gratitude to their beloved women. Words of encouragement, sincere thanks to women, or small gifts, fresh flower bouquets... will create motivation and joy for women to feel more loved and appreciated.
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