Over 200,000 asylum seekers from Ukraine, mainly the elderly, women, and children, have entered the Czech Republic. There’s no need to guess where Prague’s people stand on the matter. From the Metronome to Petrin tower, landmarks have blazed blue and yellow. Countless individuals volunteer time, goods, and money, or invite the displaced to a home where they can get back on their feet.
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March 8 of ever year is a day dedicated to the commemoration of women and the celebration of their social, economic and political achievements.
International Women’s Day’s (IWD) campaign for this year is represented under the hashtag #BreakTheBias and calls on the world to become a bias-free field of opportunities, inclusivity and integration.
The events of recent days in Ukraine are capable of causing anxiety among the people, regardless of political beliefs. Emotional messages in social networks heat up the situation, especially for those who have relatives and friends in Ukraine, they cannot help but worry about the well-being of their loved ones.