International Women's Day Commemorated in Tallinn
Written by UPF - Estonia
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Tallinn, Estonia - On International Women’s Day, March 8, UPF-Estonia organized a program that included entertainment by dancers of different ethnic backgrounds living in Tallinn and presentations by two women, each a mother of three children, on How to Combine Family and Social Activity and the Heart of a Mother.
More than 30 participants attended the event. Unfortunately, on March 8 all public transport workers were on strike; therefore, some people could not come due to the absence of bus and tram service.
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