August 10, 2022

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The report reflects international acclaim for the inspiring Emirati experience in supporting women

The report reflects international acclaim for the inspiring Emirati experience in supporting women

Mona Khanem Al-Mari, Vice President of the Emirates Council for Gender Equality and Director General of the Dubai Government Media Office, confirmed that the UAE will be the top Arab country in the 2022 Gender Gap Report published by World Economy. The forum, which rose four places in the world rankings in less than a year, reflects global acclaim thanks to the inspiring Emirati experience in supporting women and the attention women have received from wise leadership over the past half-century. century, and is based on gender-supportive legislation and policies, reinforced in the last three years with quality initiatives that have established gender balance as an institutional approach in all sectors of the state.

Under the guidance of Sheikh Manal bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, wife of Sheikh Mansour bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidential Court, the Emirates Council for Gender Equality will work hard to launch new quality initiatives in the next phase. In cooperation with international organizations, ministries, federal and local authorities and the private sector. In partnership with the sector, it will further improve the gender balance profile in the country. Levels, this file is given high priority by the wise leadership who believe in the importance of women’s key contribution to achieve the vision and direction of the UAE, especially in the new development phase. In light of the Next Fifty-Year Plan, and the focus of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Head of State, and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President, Prime Minister and Ruler of the United Arab Emirates, for Dubai to transition to a more prosperous and prosperous phase as the head of human capital and the main engine of growth, The Head of State confirmed this in a speech to the Emirati people yesterday, Wednesday.

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Mona Al-Mari said that the Council, with the support and blessing of the wise leadership, continues its efforts in collaboration with the federal authorities to fill any gaps and gaps in the global statements on gender equality, especially the important and important role of women in various fields, from actual practice to supporting legislation and constitutions that ensure equality and equal opportunity for all. Confirms that they are playing.


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