Women’s Equality Day in the United States

August 26 marks the day in 1920 when the 19th Amendment passed giving women in the United States the right to vote. Here’s how other countries weigh in.

Finland 1906
Norway 1913
Denmark and Iceland 1915
USSR and the Netherlands 1917
Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Sweden, Great Britain, and Canada 1918
Germany and Luxembourg 1919
United States 1920
Ecuador 1929
Spain 1931
Brazil 1932
India 1935
The Philippines 1937
El Salvador 1939
Dominican Republic 1942
France 1944
Japan 1945
Belgium, Italy, Romania, Yugoslavia and Argentina 1946
China and Liberia 1947
Indonesia 1955
Uganda 1958
Nigeria 1960
Switzerland 1971
Liechtenstein 1984
Saudi Arabia 2015

Currently there is only one country where women are not allowed to vote, The Vatican.

The Nineteenth Amendment of the United States, giving women the right to vote.
The Nineteenth Amendment of the United States, giving women the right to vote.

These posts are true to the best of my knowledge at the time of writing. I make no claims as to their accuracy. The purpose is to inform, educate, amuse, and make people aware of causes and opportunities around the world. I also encourage civil debate in the comment section.

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