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Dominika Stojanoska: We need a world where decisions about our future are being taken by women and men equally
Dominika Stojanoska, UN Women Representative to Moldova. Photo credits: Aurel Obreja | UN Women Moldova However, the socio-economic impact of the pandemic has been disproportionally affecting women, as they have been bearing the increased burden of unpaid care work during the lockdown, have endured increased economic insecurity being mostly employed in the sectors heavily impacted by restrictive measures and have been enduring increased incidence of domestic violence. At the same time,...
Think equal, build smart, innovate for change”. What does this mean to us on the 8th March this year? I would like to share my thoughts on this and how UN Women Moldova’s team is approaching this in our work. We live in the reality of the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world and the need to achieve greater change in the development is highly urgent today.
[Op-Ed] “Women survivors of violence are not only the victims. They possess solutions to this aggravated form of human rights violation”
What do we know about Violence against Women in the world, and in the Moldovan society in particular? How does it actually affect the individuals and families, communities and the country, and the world? What was done and What can we do to stop this aggravate form of women’s human rights violations? These and other questions many individuals and organizations may ask as we approach the 16 days of activism against Gender-based violence.
This year’s commemoration of International Women’s Day comes against a backdrop of unprecedented global mobilization for women’s rights, equality and justice. Sexual harassment, violence and discrimination against women have captured headlines and public discourse, propelled by a rising determination for change. Through marches of solidarity, powerful statements and viral social media conversations such as the #Metoo, #TimesUp, ‘Ni una menos’, #BalanceTonPorc,...