International Labour Day 2023: Read Here the significance of Labour day
The day is celebrated to recognize the contributions of the working class and the movements against the unfair treatment of workers in different parts of the world.
International Labour Day 2023
Labour Day is an annual celebration observed in over 80 countries, including India, to recognize the hard work and achievements of the working class. It is also known as Workers' Day and is celebrated on May 1st every year. The first International Labour Day was celebrated in 1890, and it was decided to declare May 1st as the 'Workers Day of International Unity and Solidarity.' The day is celebrated to recognize the contributions of the working class and the movements against the unfair treatment of workers in different parts of the world.
Labour unions mark the day with parades and parties, expressing their grievances and complaints to authorities, and demanding the protection of their rights. It is a day to raise awareness about workers' rights and to recognize the importance of their contributions to society. In 2023, Labour Day falls on Monday, September 4th. The day is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the working class and to remember the struggles they have faced in the past.Read Also : NLCIL Employees Wins 3rd prize in state level 'Enviro-Solver Hackathon'
On International Labour Day, people around the world come together to spread awareness about workers' rights and recognize the contributions of the working class. It is a day to honor the workers who have fought for better working conditions, fair wages, and improved benefits. It is also a day to remember those who have lost their lives while working to build a better future for themselves and their families.
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In conclusion, Labour Day 2023 is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the working class and to raise awareness about workers' rights. It is a day to honor the contributions of workers and to remember the struggles they have faced in the past. Let us take this day to stand in solidarity with the workers around the globe and continue to fight for their rights.Read Also : Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla gives away Lion’s Roar to Restore SDG awards
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