Iran (IP)- The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) in a report praised two women, including Zahra Nemati from Iran and a world federation for gender equality.

Iran Press/Europe: The International Paralympic Committee wrote in a report that Zahra Nemati from Iran is one of the three women selected, adding: "Iran’s first gold medallist at a Paralympic and Olympics has used her platform to be an activist for women and people with disabilities in her home country."

This day is also regarded as a day of gender equality in the world, and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is selecting three notable leaders who have done something to receive the 2021 International Women’s Day Recognition awards.

The annual recognition, which coincides with International Women’s Day on March 8, celebrates primarily women in the Paralympic Movement who have inspired and emulated the Paralympic ideals; the ones who are positive role models.

After making history at the 2012 London Paralympics, Nemati has been at the forefront of showcasing the achievements that women with disabilities can achieve.

Nemati has also participated in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.