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Shvoong Home>Writing & Speaking>Ezine & Newsletters>Sejarah Perayaan Nasional Hari Ibu 22 Desembe Summary

Sejarah Perayaan Nasional Hari Ibu 22 Desembe

Article Summary   by:seenthing     Original Author: seenthing
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History of Mother's Day National Celebration December 22 - Mother's Day is a day of commemoration / celebration of a mother's role in the family, both for her husband, her children, and their social environment. Commemoration and celebration is usually done with journey mother freed from domestic duties is considered a day-to-day duties, such as cooking, child care, and other household affairs. In Indonesia, this day is celebrated on December 22, and designated as a national celebration.

While in America, and more than 75 other countries, like Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong in a Mother's Day or Mother's Day (in English) is celebrated on Sunday at the weekend to two in May. In some European countries and the Middle East, International Women's Day or International Women's Day (in English) is celebrated every month of March 8.

Sejarah Perayaan Nasional Hari Ibu 22 Desember

History of Mother's Day begins the meeting with the women fighters entered the Indonesian Women's Congress I in 22 to 25 December 1928 in Yogyakarta, in the building that later became known as the Road Mandalabhakti Wanitatama Adisucipto. Attended by about 30 women's organizations from 12 cities in Java and Sumatra. The results of the congress is one of them is formed Women's Congress which is now known as the Indonesian Women's Congress (Kowani).

Women's organization itself has been around since 1912, inspired by the struggle of the heroine of the 19th century such as M. Christina Tiahahu, Cut Nya Dien, Cut Mutiah, R.A. Kartini, Walanda Maramis, Dewi Sartika, Nyai Achmad Dahlan, Rangkayo Rasuna Said and others.

Published: December 21, 2010   
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