A Norwegian man supports the women in this special day by posing in woman costume.
This is the most ironic way of celebrating 8 march. A grocery put this sign: “We celebrate women’s day, cleaning brush is 59 NOK”
Gratulerer med kvinnedagen, alle jenter der ute pic.twitter.com/VLLYML48aV
— MÆÆRKOS (@nippelsveis) March 8, 2013
Norway’s most influential women, prime minister Erna Solberg and finance minister Siv Jensen celebrate 8 March
— Aftenposten (@Aftenposten) March 7, 2014
Norway’s former prime minister Jens Stoltenberg joins the celebration with a selfie with the women at his part building.
— Jens Stoltenberg (@jensstoltenberg) March 8, 2014
8 March celebration is a dedication for Norwegian women of all ages.
What can be better than a women’s day in ice cold Norway? A women’s day on a sunny Saturday.
The good weather in Norwegian capital brings thousands of women and men for celebrating Women’s day.
As every year, the celebration venue was Youngstorget in Oslo.
Kvinnedagen viktigere enn på lenge. Håper dere ser dette, regjeringen. pic.twitter.com/o10TZpTOlN
— Harald Jacobsen (@HaraldJacobsen) March 8, 2014
And a women’s day (kvinnedagen) celebration in Norway from 1958. The women protests controversial abortion law.
Kvinnedagen 1958 VS 2014. Just think about it. pic.twitter.com/5FPW92Glsg
— Roza Sophie (@Rozasophie) March 8, 2014