There was a time when women were asked to live in the four walls of the house. She could not even raise a voice in society for her development and the future. In the male-dominated society, she had no way to prove herself. But today women have surpassed not only society but also men with their success and talent. Today we will tell you about some women whose work is also saluted by the world.
Angela Merkel, Top Woman of Powerful Women

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany topped the Forbes Powerful Women's List for the 10th consecutive year. Angela Merkel, the example of women empowerment, is also called the Iron Lady. Merkel, who won the title of Powerful Woman, is a prominent leader of Europe and is also heading the region's largest economy, recovering Germany from the financial crisis in the Corona period. Merkel has been raising issues like unemployment, strong economic conditions, and good relations with countries at the international level since the beginning.
World's youngest Prime Minister Sana Marine

Finland's PM Sana Marine holds the record for becoming the youngest prime Minister' in the world. Finland's Social Democrat Party elected former transport minister Sana to the post of Prime Minister. Sana is the third woman from Finland to become PM. She is ranked 85th on the Forbes Powerful 100 Women's List.

Finland-born Sana Marine graduated in 2012 from Tampere University in administrative sciences. In the same year, she was elected to the city council of Tampere. She is the child of gay parents although her parents separated when she was very young. Mother raised her as a single mother. At the age of 15, she got her first job. In high school, she distributed magazines and also worked as a cashier in shops. She was also the Chairperson of the City Council from the year 2013 to 2017. She became a Member of Parliament for the first time in 2015. She joined the government in June 2019 and was given the responsibility of the Ministry of Transport and Communications
The great work of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during the Corona era

Jacinda was widely praised worldwide for completely freeing New Zealand from the coronavirus. Jacinda imposed a lockdown in New Zealand on 25 March, and stricter regulations have been imposed under which foreigners are not allowed to enter New Zealand to prevent the spread of Corona. New Zealand Corona was declared free under the leadership of the woman.

Jacinda Ardern joined the Ardern Labor Party at just 17 years of age and became the youngest MP in Parliament. She is ranked 32nd on Forbes' Powerful Women's List.