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Stephenie Foster

In: Gender and Women's Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 32: Women's Leadership and the United Nations in the Global Women's Rights Movement

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Women's Leadership and the United Nations in the Global Women's Rights Movement
Women's leadership and the United Nations in the global women's rights movement

Despite multiple pronouncements, declarations, and resolutions espousing the importance of gender balance and gender mainstreaming, the United Nations has not yet achieved these goals. The most progress has been made in recognition: whether it is human rights protection, humanitarian assistance, sustainable development, or armed conflict, the United Nations, governments around the world, and international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) increasingly recognize that women play an essential role in maintaining ...

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