Education is the key factor for women’s empowerment, prosperity, development and welfare. Discrimination of women from womb to tomb is age old phenomena in most of the societies. There is continued inequality and vulnerability of women in all sectors and women oppressed in all spheres of life. They need to be empowered in all walks of life. In order to fight against the socially constructed gender biases, women have to fight against the system that requires more strength.
They were able to play a significant role and were able to show the skills they had during the war. The war led to new changes and contributed to the lives of women. People were able to realize the usefulness of women if it were not for the war. It showed that women could dominate too in a male-dominated society. Women could do much more than staying at home and caring for their children.
Women and the environment are closely interlinked, throughout history, different nations glorified women as powerful symbols of nature, and nature has always been given the female characteristics: caring, reproducing and life-giving. Nevertheless, women’s involvement in the preservation of environment has seldom been recognized and documented in the histories of several nations. One of the most significant phenomena in the last decades is recognition of women`s right in achieving sustainable development, many international agreement reflected this recognition, including Rio Declaration in 1992, which stresses the point of the centrality of the full women participation to achieve environmental sustainability, the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 has clearly acknowledged the importance of gender equality and women’s empowerment, the CBD identifies the integration of women’s rights in biodiversity conservation as intrinsically vital. Linking gender equality and sustainable development is not only important for ethical reasons, but also because achieving gender equality as human rights of women is prerequisite of a fair and sustainable globe and future.
Women empowerment in the economy increases participation of women in labor force and it reduces poverty in the economy, access of women farmers to the resources increase production and they can also support their families, and as women are the owners of property and earn money from it. Women contribute to their families, societies and also countries financially. As this brings development in the
Once that woman is schooled, she can get a job that will allow her to improve the life of both her and her family. This then creates more opportunities for the family, thus allowing them to repeat the cycle. So the question now is, what are we waiting for? Women’s issues are crucial for us global citizens to understand because we can’t move any further without women. Women’s issues are global issues because women are global citizens.
Notably, women are rarely mere passive victims of conflict in need of protection in safe places. There have been instances where women serve as combatants and perpetrators of war. Still, women have served as the forerunners of peace movements that have ended conflict. However, the efforts of women in conflict mitigation and peace-building remain behind the scenes due to their marginalized position in the society. The inability to recognize women’s efforts persist in spite of the established international norms and standards to protect women during conflict and promote their participation in peace and security decision-making
Women are society developers because they give life. They also get worried about what threatens life as well. There is no growth in African societies when women are left aside. According to Carol Stacks (1974, p 47) “the characterization of motherhood is established by many factors in bot cultures. Society establishes an expected behaviour of a woman before and after birth.
Given proper education and training, a woman can play a great part in the development of our country. At present, they are working side by side with men in offices, laboratories, factories and research projects. They are efficient teachers in schools, colleges and Universities, efficient pleaders in courts and efficient executives. It was a woman who was at the helm of affairs of our country before Nawaz Shareef and has proven herself a great orator and a great administrator. She had all the qualities of statesmanship in her.
The purpose of this research paper is to highlight the importance of women’s participation in different economic sectors and entrepreneurship. Being citizens of an Islamic State, women can perform economic activities taking the leaf from the life of our beloved Holy Prophet (SAW)’s wife; Hazrat Khadija (R.A). This research paper followed descriptive and analytical approach. Key Words- Pakistan, Women Economic Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, Government, South Asia A woman plays an indispensable and key role in economic development of any nation.
This is because working mother can become the savior to the family if in case the partner is not capable to support the family financially. They are also able to inspire their kids to become more independent, dedicated and passion. The level of responsibility of a working other is higher if we were to compare them with a stay at home mother as they are bound to exercise the care and skill of ordinary competent practitioners in that profession. So we need to encourage women to become a working mother in other to have a better