by José Enzeñ Obiang andEster Mbomio Lagar
"Education is the key factor for the realization of the rights of women and girls".
This was stated on Tuesday by some Social Affairs Ministers of the different member states, who during this week will be participating in the General Assembly of the United Nations and in the different side events at the New York headquarters, in the framework of of activities on the occasion of women's day.
Personal experiences, Messages to encourage governments, and messages of condemnation to the executioners of women and those who carry out practices that only make the struggle for gender equality go back,
These are some signs of vindication on the part of the speakers, in a world where, in spite of the recognized efforts made by the governments to empower women, discrimination and gender violence are still in force.
The discussions have been attended by the women of Equatorial Guinea who perform before the UN, headed by the Third Deputy Ambassador, Amparo Mele Colifa, and supported by Anatolio Ndong Mba and Job Obiang Esono Mbengono, as well as the Coarse of Ministers Counselors, Counselors and Secretaries of the Permanent Mission.
With these debates where each delegation presents the dispositions taken by their country to include women in all social classes, the United Nations hopes that gender equality will be an indisputable reality, in parallel with the objectives of sustainable development. A fight for equality that the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accepted years ago, with the implementation of social policies that put the education and values of women before it, thanks to this, we can see the massive presence of women from the field of political decision making, even in several social sectors.
It is expected that the Republic of Equatorial Guinea will intervene this Thursday.
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