UN chief criticizes global abuse of women’s rights

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UN chief criticizes global abuse of women’s rights

The UN appreciates the status of the resolution adopted on October 31, 2000 to demand equal participation of women in peace negotiations

UNITED NATIONS.- The abuse of women’s rights and “deep-seated misogyny” are related in many ways to today’s global challenges, from the proliferation of conflicts to the growing attacks on human rights, said the deputy secretary general of the United Nations Nations (UN) on Thursday.

Mohammed urged all nations to denounce “misogyny as it manifests itself in the abuse and discrimination women face on the street, at home and at work, as well as on the internet.” They must challenge “the structures and norms social, political and economic that sustain it”, he indicated.

The UN Security Council was assessing the status of the resolution adopted on October 31, 2000 to demand equal participation of women in peace negotiations, an objective that remains as far away as gender equality.

According to Mohammed, between 1995 and 2019, the percentage of peace agreements with gender equality provisions increased from 14% to 22%, but he said that women “made up, on average, just 13% of the negotiators, the 6% of the mediators and 6% of the signatories in the great peace processes”. 70% of these processes did not include any, he added.

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