One of the key mechanisms in the global social system is to empower women and achieve gender equality which will ultimately lead to a sustainable promotion of the economic status of women. In order to achieve this, there are already steps for the governments of various developing countries. Much research has been done to determine the role of women in several developing countries in achieving sustainable growth. This finding found that women’s use of labor is no longer needed for the economic development of several developing countries. Also, this is linked to the fact that women still have a place in society where they have very few opportunities to contribute to the development of local communities. This does not mean that although certain rights and rights have been brought to women, there are still many cases of human rights violations affecting social justice. It is clear that until it is time for women to be fully empowered and to achieve gender equality in society, women cannot play an important social, economic, environmental and political role.
Empowerment is a process of social diversity that helps individuals and communities gain the control they need in their lives. This program primarily fosters positive energy for people who will be able to make the best use of their lives, communities and communities by doing various things. When this empowerment is intended to empower women, this is referred to as empowerment of women. The empowerment of women to achieve gender equality is certainly a priority among many agendas in many countries throughout the world. This is a clear fact that gender inequality in developing countries is more widespread in comparison with developed countries.
The term “sustainable development” is emerging as there is a continuous shift in one’s perception towards the definition of development. It is noted that the development pathways have gradually changed to the level we see as sustainable development. The main focus of development in the 1950s and 60s was to develop the productive capacity and growth of the country’s economy. In the 1970s, the focus was largely shifted to various aspects of equity such as money transfer and social development. Increasing awareness of the huge gap between the poor and the rich is one of the key ways of resolving it. In the following decades, the focus has shifted mainly to environmental protection and other agendas. Therefore, sustainable development can be called development that is able to meet current needs without affecting any ability of future generations to meet their needs. So, in short, the concept of sustainable development requires comprehensive, integrated and integrated development.
There are many studies done that show that sustainable growth is not possible without the empowerment of women. Women’s empowerment will eventually lead to economic growth, good governance, political development and social development.
Women in a number of rural areas still need the right opportunities to gain access to appropriate training, modern technology and funding. Also, many women in rural areas in several developing countries do not have access to proper education and as a result women are not able to successfully complete their skill sets. All of these factors lead to women being left out of the mobility test and unable to contribute to the economy. More emphasis is being placed on imparting quality education to women in the nook & corners of the country.
Finally, we can conclude that the empowerment of women and then increase the fair representation of all law enforcement and law enforcement members will help to promote sustainable growth in developing countries. Key recommendations should include the following steps.
– To promote the empowerment of women and subsequently create a better workforce that will stimulate economic growth.
– Providing appropriate education and health care for women in order to ensure productivity and social development.
– Empowering female residents and providing them effectively at different levels of decision-making is a variety of responsibilities.
Protecting the rights of women to make women more active participants in the social, economic, cultural and political life of developing countries that can also bring about sustainable development.
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