International Day of Women Judges

International Day of Women Judges

On March 10 each year, the International Day of Women Judges is observed to encourage equal and complete participation of women at all levels of the judiciary. Women’s participation in the judiciary is essential to ensuring that courts accurately reflect their populations, address their concerns, and render appropriate judgments. Just by being present, female judges…

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International Women's Day

International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of women’s accomplishments in politics, culture, and history. The day was also observed in support of combating gender inequality worldwide. We all know that women are essential to the world’s functioning—just listen to Beyoncé. Today is the day to give thanks for their efforts! To demonstrate…

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Abolition of Slavery Day

Abolition of Slavery Day

The Abolition of Slavery in Mauritius, also known as Abolition Day and observed annually on February 1, commemorates the abolition of slavery in the nation. The Slavery Abolition Act of 1833, helmed by the British parliament, took effect a year later, with most British colonies freeing enslaved Africans spanning the Caribbean and South Africa. In…

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