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Women in Madrid are among those across the globe marching on Friday to celebrate International Women's Day and protest gender inequality.
You can watch the Spanish event in the video player, below:
In Germany, the day became a public holiday for the first time on Friday while in France President Emmanuel Macron awarded the first "Simone Veil Prize" to honour actions to advance women's rights across the world.
The €100,000-prize was given to Cameroonian activist Aissa Doumara for her work against forced marriages and other violence against women and men and.
Meanwhile human rights NGO Amnesty International also organised a protest in Paris in front of Saudi Arabia's embassy, encouraging cars to "honk for women's rights."
"By honking in front of the embassy of Saudi Arabia, we recall that even though obtaining the right to drive is a big step forward for Saudi women and women's rights in the country, those who fought for it are today unjustly imprisoned," Katia Roux from Amnesty International France said in a statement.
Saudi women's rights activists Loujain al-Hathloul, Iman al-Nafjan and Aziza al -Yousef were arrested in May 2018 but have yet to be presented with any charges.
In London, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, who was made vice-president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust on Friday, will take part in a special panel to discuss the range of issues affecting women today.
She will be joined by singer Annie Lennox, model Adwoa Aboah and former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard among others.
Catch-up on some of Euronews content on International Women's Day
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International Women's Day: EU progress on gender equality is moving at a 'snail's pace'
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How International Women’s Day is being marked across Europe
This year's official theme is #BalanceforBetter - but there are many unofficial events taking place too. Euronews recaps how the day is being recognised across Europe.