“Top recommendations from the ‘Women in Peace and Security’ Summit”
“Under the patronage of the President of the General Women’s Union, the Supreme President of the Family Development Foundation and the Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, Umm Al-Emarat Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, TRENDS Research & Advisory and the General Women’s Union in collaboration with UN Women and Women In International Security (WIIS) held an international conference on the dimensions of gender balance in international peace and security at the Ritz-Carlton, Abu Dhabi.
The global event was organized to raise awareness of the link between gender and peace and security in both policy and practice, and to provide a better understanding of gender dimensions in both peace and the settlement of international and regional conflicts. The conference was attended by a distinguished audience of politicians, high-level speakers, experts, academics, thinkers, researchers and academics. Discussions reviewed the good practices in the field of security and peace and the achievements of the UAE in promoting gender balance in all aspects of public life. The summit resulted in several main recommendations, the most important of which was the need to recognize the gender balance in all aspects of society and in most jobs and sectors in accordance with clear policies and concluded that gender equality is not a short-term goal that needs to be achieved.”
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