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- To assess the progress of 17 Sustainable Development Goals, UN Women released a snapshot report.
- It is unfortunate that out of all the Sustainable Development Goals, none of the goals for women is met or almost met.
- The report also released a feminist plan for enhancing women’s well-being on social justice, equal pay, gender equality, and sustainability.
UN women work for women empowerment in workplaces, public spaces, and personal lives across countries. Every year, they release a report based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The report tracks how far the goals have made progress for women development, well-being, and empowerment.
To assess the progress of 17 Sustainable Development Goals, UN Women released a snapshot report. Along with the report, they also released a feminist plan for sustainability.
The pandemic has affected women’s wellbeing on a global level. Thus, it is crucial to understand the degree of impact on women and the future generations to come.
The report emphasised the need for gender responsible laws, duties and budgeting.
Out of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, the report has exclusively analysed five goals:
It is unfortunate that out of all the Sustainable Development Goals, none of the goals for women is met or almost met. The ratio of women doing unpaid work, sex work, and care work is constantly disrupted. In most cases, sufficient data is not available to assess the progress of women’s well-being.
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The report also released a feminist plan for enhancing women wellbeing on the grounds of social justice, equal pay, gender equality and sustainability:
The pandemic has severely affected the state of women’s wellbeing globally. The UN Women report analyses how the 17 SDGs have been ignored during the pandemic. Women have lost jobs, social support, and lives in so many countries. Thus, efficient social, political, and financial infrastructure is needed for promoting women to take jobs that are sustainable and reliable for their future wellbeing.
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