“Women’s economic empowerment, an area in which a lot of work remains to be done, can be understood as making markets work for women, as enabling women to have control over resources, and as eliminating inequality in the labour market.”
Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, gave opening remarks on economic empowerment for women at the Looking at Trade through a Gender Lens Opening session.
In his opening remarks on economic empowerment for women at the "Looking at Trade through a Gender Lens" opening session, Mukhisa Kituyi emphasized the crucial role of education and awareness in achieving this goal. He highlighted that promoting women's economic empowerment requires collaboration and support from various stakeholders, including academics, policymakers, and economics essay writer, who can contribute by shedding light on the challenges and opportunities through their research and analysis. Kituyi also stressed the importance of creating an enabling environment where women can access quality education, financial resources, and equal opportunities in the labor market, emphasizing that true empowerment goes beyond rhetoric and requires concrete actions.
Full Text of the Statement Delivered on March 3 2022