Hundreds of social groups proceeding from the whole Spain will cross the streets of Madrid next March 22 to claim the right of the citizens to a worthy employment, for the basic revenue, for the social rights and for the democratic freedoms and to finish with the social cuts made by the Government of Mariano Rajoy.
2. Female workforce participation falls by a tenth in five years
The global financial crisis has resulted in the loss of 902,800 jobs held by women, whole participation in the labour market declined by -10.6% between 2008 and 2013, according to a study released by global recruitment giant Adecco.The study, released in honour of International Women’s Day on 8 March, revealed that 7.6 million women were employed in Spain last year, a fall of -2.7% compared with last year.
3. Tenth anniversary from the major terrorist attack of the history of Spain
Next 11th of March they are fulfilled 10 years of the most bloody terrorist attack of the history of Spain. 10 bombs that they exploited of almost simultaneous form in four trains among the Corridor of the Henares and Madrid to the rush hour of the morning (between the 07.36 and the 07.40) and that caused 191 dead and 1.856 injured.