To build a world free of gender discrimination and To empower girls & women
An organization formed in 2010 named United Nations Women(UNW).
As a global champion, it accelerated progress but also coordinates and promotes the UN system’s work in agreements linked to the 2030 Agenda. The entity works to position gender equality as fundamental to the Sustainable Development Goals, and a more inclusive world.
Along with efforts towards advancing equality, UNW includes a broad spectrum of human rights and development by:-
•Deepening its efforts and achieving transformation results it has developed a series of flagship programs.
•Using Innovation and technology to provide unprecedented opportunities to break trends and to reach those who are most likely to leave out.
•Cutting edge policy research, innovative new ideas, and robust evidence are critical ways in which UN Women leads the charge in building knowledge.
•Starting training for gender equality and women’s empowerment as it is an essential component for UNW commitment to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment. The Training Centre provides high-quality courses, programs, and resources on key issues related to UNW priorities as well as on emerging topics.
•Coming together at an intergovernmental forum to debate and seek agreement on global gender equality norms and standards.
•Maintaining gender parity, as a standard-setting organization, the United Nations has a particular responsibility to lead by example in ensuring the equal and active participation of women at all levels of the UN system.
How UNW works in different parts of the world?
•While women are a source of economic vitality across Africa, discrimination hinders their opportunities.UNW operates here and the whole African continent has demonstrated a commitment to promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women.
•UNW operates in Latin America and the Caribbean: women’s political participation and leadership, women’s economic empowerment, and ending violence against women and girls.
It assists with ongoing legal reforms and the integration of gender equality measures across national programs, plans, and budgets.
•UNW supports programs across the Arab States/North Africa region, through its regional office in Cairo region. One key focus is on broadening the scope of women’s citizenship, leadership, and political participation, especially in transition countries.
• Asia and the Pacific region contains some of the world’s most powerful economies, here UNW builds on a long history of support to governments and women’s movements. It advocates for aligning legal frameworks and election processes with the goal of women’s increased participation in political and other forms of decision-making. To bolster gender-responsive budgeting and public planning, UNW assists efforts to monitor the different impacts of budget and policy choices on women and men.
•In countries of Central and Southeastern Europe, UNW work with women on voicing their needs and priorities in policy-making processes and engage with public institutions to build capacities to implement national gender equality commitments.
Besides working with more traditional partners in government and civil society, it helps mobilize newer groups, including men and youth.
•UNW has several liaison offices that afford the organization the ability to engage systematically with key regional entities and the UN Member States in policy dialogue, advocacy for its core issues, and focused resource mobilization efforts. UNW Liasion offices in Japan, Geneva, etc.
UNW promotes social, political, and economic equality for women and girls spanning 100 countries around the globe.Women& girls are empowered to lead the way they want to see.
But it can’t make it alone.
Partnerships are essential, with governments and civil society groups, businesses and foundations, and committed individuals. When all expertise come together and resources come together, UNW becomes a powerful force of progress.
At Mitti Ke Rang, we started with a COVID-19 community support fundraising, as an emergency response to provide a safety net to families. This will help them survive in the lockdown period. We aim to directly support these families by providing a minimum wage, through transferring the same into their accounts or partner with local NGO, Organisation, Fellow, or a Volunteer and support them with groceries.
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