Georgia Declares 2015 as Year of the Woman

Erika Kvapilova, UN Women Representative in Georgia, commended political authorities for taking action on the matters of non-discrimination and gender equality. Photo: Administration of the President of Georgia/Leli Blagonravova

Erika Kvapilova, UN Women Representative in Georgia, commended political authorities for taking action on the matters of non-discrimination and gender equality. Photo: Administration of the President of Georgia/Leli Blagonravova

Not all the countries or nations work equal. Unfortunately, it is very common that women do not have a big representation in any important assignation: business, big corporations, politics… There are only a few minority of ladies having important positions meanwhile the majority of females keep in home doing labors.

More frightening, it is when we observe the statistics of domestic violence or violence against women. This kind of discrimination and abuses it is scary. We must fight all together to change this and we must start for to change us: the women.

As you can check in this piece by UN Women. Georgia has declared this year the Year of the Woman but, despite that, the UN representative Erika Kvapilova has remembered to the government of this country that it is necessary an equality of women and men in the main government. What do you think about this initiatives to empower women? I, as a woman, think that most of them only need to feel themselves useful and loved to can change the world or the lives of others. Give to them your support. Join He for She.

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