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Undertake reforms to give women equal rights to economic resources, ownership and control over land and property, financial services, inheritance, and natural resources.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Development Corporations: Improve economic conditions within specific communities, often addressing issues such as affordable housing, business development, and financial literacy.

  2. Housing Advocacy Groups: Advocate for fair and equitable access to housing and property ownership, working to eliminate discrimination in housing markets.

  3. Community Credit Unions: May prioritize providing financial services to underserved populations and promoting financial inclusion.

  4. Small Business Support Centers: Provide resources, training, and support for local entrepreneurs and small businesses, with a focus on fostering economic independence.

  5. Tenant Associations: Advocate for the rights of renters, working to ensure fair housing practices, prevent discrimination, and improve overall living conditions.

  6. Financial Literacy and Education Programs: Offer programs and workshops to enhance financial literacy, helping community members make informed decisions about economic resources and property ownership.

  7. Community Land Trusts: Secure land for affordable housing, community spaces, and economic development, aiming to prevent displacement and promote community ownership.

  8. Legal Aid Organizations: Provide support to individuals facing legal challenges related to property ownership, discrimination, or economic rights, ensuring access to justice.

  9. Community Economic Development Organizations: Foster economic development within communities, addressing systemic issues and advocating for inclusive economic policies.

  10. Women's Empowerment Groups: Empower women economically, advocating for equal access to resources, property, and financial services.

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