Davos Agenda 2022

Why women’s rights must be at the heart of crisis response

Our collective failure to uphold women’s rights means that we emerge from each crisis a step further away from gender equality. Image: REUTERS/Ali Khara

Dr Natalia Kanem

Executive Director, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

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With a majority of male mediators in formal negotiations and peace processes, women’s rights are often neglected.
With a majority of male mediators in formal negotiations and peace processes, women’s rights are often neglected. Image: UN Women
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