THE ROLE OF FEMALES IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: ISSUES AND SOCIAL DIFFICULTIES

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Hamza amin

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Women constitute slightly more than half of the world population. Their contribution to the social and economic development of societies is also more than ha lf as compared to that of men by virtue of their dual roles in the productive and reproductive spheres. Yet their participation in formal political structures and processes, where decisions regarding the use of societal resources generated by both men and women are made, remains insignificant. Presently, women’s representation in legislatures around the world is 15 percent. Despite the pronounced commitment of the international community to gender equality and to the bridging the gender gap in the formal political arena, reinforced by the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination

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Hamza amin. (2023). THE ROLE OF FEMALES IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: ISSUES AND SOCIAL DIFFICULTIES . JOURNAL OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS AND TESOL, 5(4), 1-5. Retrieved from http://jalt.com.pk/index.php/JALT/article/view/674
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