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Time Magazine has announced the ‘2023 Woman of the Year’ award. This award is given to women whose efforts are leading to equal rights. This year, Time has given this award to 12 influential women. Read the stories of three women whose efforts have impacted the lives of women around the world.

Megan Rapinoe Male-Female Soccer Player Receives Equal Charge Megan Rapinoe is America’s Best Female Soccer Player. Megan was named Woman of the Year by TIME for promoting American female footballers to be paid on par with men. Megan led America to victory in the 2019 Women’s World Cup held in France. But even then Rapinoe had to fight for equal pay. In 2022, for the first time in America, a committee was formed to give equal pay to men and women. Repino’s efforts inspired women in Canada, Spain, and other countries to demand equal pay.

Ramla Ali Boxing for Refugees Ramla Ali is the first woman in the world to compete in a boxing tournament in Saudi Arabia. She has been named Woman of the Year by Time for her continued voice for refugees. In 2018, Ramla started Sisters Club. It is a non-profit club that trains poor and underprivileged women in boxing. Ram is also a UNICEF UK ambassador. When she was young, her family fled Somalia and took refuge in Britain. Therefore, Ramla is constantly raising his voice to make the life of the refugees better.

Olena Shevchenko became the voice of the weak in the Russia-Ukraine war Olena Shevchenko, 40, was attacked 7 times in the last five years. Because she has become the voice of women and gays in Ukraine. Time Magazine chose her as Woman of the Year for her efforts. After the Russian attack on Ukraine, Shevchenko’s group raised around Rs 33 crore to provide first aid kits to transgender women. Shevchenko says that conservative groups in Ukraine have always accused LGBTQs of running away. So their aim is to show that these communities are very active in war.

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