Realistically speaking, every day should be a celebration of beautiful women all around the world and not just on March 8. The theme for this year's Women's Day is DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality. Gender equality is something that is sadly not yet achieved in the world, but these women on our list are the ones who are surely making a great effort. They're all incredibly motivational and inspiring, but do they inspire you?
Margaret Eleanor Atwood is a Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, teacher, environmental activist, and inventor. Famous for her sci-fi dystopian book The Handmaid's Tale, she won numerous prestigious awards for her literary contributions.
Greta Thunberg, the 18-year-old climate activist has been nominated for the Nobel Prize multiple times. Ever since her teen years she's been actively fighting against climate change starting with strikes and UN speeches. She's known for challenging world leaders to take immediate action.
Vandana Shiva is an Indian scholar, environmental activist, food independence advocate, ecofeminist and anti-globalisation author.
Amani Ballour is a Syrian-born pediatrician and an advocate of women's and children's rights. She directed the Oscar-nominated documentary The Cave, which depicts the struggles of running an underground hospital during the Syrian civil war.