Strengthen knowledge and skills on gender issues

Gender & Inclusion — Seminar/Panel

Morocco — May 28, 2024 @ 9:00am - 4:30pm GMT+01:00

Morocco — May 29, 2024 @ 9:00am - 4:30pm

Morocco — May 30, 2024 @ 9:00am - 4:30pm

Tangier, Morocco

Host Organization and Partners — Regional Council of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima/ GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF TERRITORIAL AUTHORITIES/PNUD/Agència Catalana de Cooperació al Desenvolupament/Generalitat de Catalunya


Strengthening the gender capacities of women in general, and elected women in particular, can have a significant impact on achieving inclusive sustainable development. Here are some ways you can contribute:

Equality in decision-making: When women have the same ability to participate in political decision-making as men, it can lead to more inclusive and balanced policies that promote sustainable development.
Fair representation: Strengthening the capacities of elected women can lead to greater representation of women in politics, promoting gender equality and supporting sustainable development.
Influencing policies: Elected women who have a strong understanding of gender issues can have a significant impact on shaping policies that promote equality and social justice, which are key elements of sustainable development.
Education and awareness-raising: Elected women can be strong role models for other women and girls, and can play an important role in promoting education and awareness on gender issues.
Overall, strengthening the gender capacities of elected women can have a significant positive impact on achieving inclusive sustainable development.

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