Eva Perón By: Carol gerges


"Eva Perón." Britannica School, 2017. Britannica School. Accessed 20 Mar. 2017.

Leader to a Nation

  • Argentina

Woman of Power

  • Argentine political figure
  • First Lady in 1946
  • Lead populist government of President Juan Perón (1940s-50s)
  • Considered the "bridge between the government and the laborers"

An Accomplished Career

  • Established Woman Suffrage Law- improved lives of the poor
  • Introduced religious education in Argentine schools
  • Formed Peronista Feminist Party in 1949
  • Nominated for Vice Presidency of Argentina

Role of Importancy

  • Acted as minister of health and labor
  • Established generous wage increase to the Union
  • Took away government subsidies to countries traditional aid society
  • Created the Eva Perón Foundation-- built hospitals, schools, charitable institutes

Tied to the World

Religious & Ethical Systems

  • Introduced compulsory religion to schools in the country

Science & Technology

  • Acted as minister in certain roles of government
  • Created foundation who supported building hospitals

Power & Authority

  • Formed party to abolish woman suffrage (Peronista Feminist Party)
  • Gained nomination for Vice Presidency of Argentina
  • Replaced subsidies by Eva Perón Foundation- building many charitable buildings


  • Increased wage to the Unions

Cultural Interaction

  • Established Eva Perón Foundation
  • Built many hospitals, schools, homes for the elders, orphanages
  • Supported and spoke out for women rights

Wise WOrds

"I have one thing that counts, and that is my heart; it burns in my soul; it aches in my flesh, and it ignites my nerves: that is my love for the people and Peron." ~Eva Perón

Words said by a woman who did so much for her people, who supported them, and who cared for them.



Thank you


Created with images by Gonmi - "Eva Perón"

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