International Conference “Women in public life, from policy development to impact on the industry

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Her Royal Highness Princess Sabika Bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, opened on

Tuesday, the International Conference entitled (Women in public life,

from policy development to impact on the industry) with international

participation and the Supreme Council for Women, organized in

cooperation with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

 

The conference discussed in its second session of the International

Conference (Women in public life, from policy development to impact

on the industry), which was opened by Her Royal Highness Princess

Sabika Bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, organized by the Supreme Council for

Women in collaboration with the Economic Cooperation and

Development (OECD), the theme of strengthening access to equal

opportunities in the private sector where they will highlight the approach

of States and the progress made and the remaining barriers to integrate

the needs of women in the private and corporate sector, and the

challenges and institutional obstacles remaining to close the gap between

the sexes in the private and public and corporate boards sectors, because

of the impact on organizational performance in both sectors. The third

session on the second day, are discussed the theme “The role of civil

society in promoting the integration of the needs of women” where they

will review the practice of States regarding the role of civil society in

promoting the integration of women needs, in particular through the role

and achievements of civil society in the promotion of policies and laws

related to the integration of women’s needs , capabilities and tools

available to civil society organizations to promote practices relating to

the integration of women’s needs.

High -level representatives from the policy makers and senior

government officials, parliamentarians, international organizations and

representatives of non-governmental organizations, civil society, and the

private sector attended to review the legal reforms and institutional

capacity to integrate the needs of women in policies and programs in the

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in the Middle

East and North African countries.

 

 

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