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Adopt and strengthen sound policies and legislation for the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls.

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.
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  1. Women's Rights Advocacy Groups: Work to advance women's rights through policy advocacy, community education, and empowerment programs by engaging with local policymakers to promote gender-sensitive legislation and ensure its implementation.

  2. Gender Equality Task Forces: Coalitions of community members and organizations dedicated to promoting gender equality through policy reform and advocacy initiatives. They conduct research, organize campaigns, and lobby policymakers to address gender disparities in areas such as education, healthcare, and employment.

  3. Women's Empowerment Networks: Provide resources and support to women and girls to help them achieve economic independence, political participation, and social equality.

  4. Gender Justice Leagues: Advocate for the rights of women and marginalized gender identities through policy advocacy, legal aid services, and community organizing. They influence local legislation and policies to address issues like gender-based violence, discrimination, and access to healthcare.

  5. Women's Policy Forums: Discuss and advocate for gender-sensitive policies and legislation by hosting forums, workshops, and educational events to raise awareness about women's rights issues and mobilize support for policy change.

  6. Feminist Action Coalitions: Campaigns for gender equality and women's rights by engaging in advocacy efforts to influence policies related to reproductive rights, equal pay, and representation in leadership positions.

  7. Girls' Education Initiatives: Promote girls' education and empowerment through policy advocacy, community outreach, and educational programs, working with local schools, governments, and stakeholders to address barriers to girls' education and ensure equal opportunities for all.

  8. Women's Leadership Councils: Increase women's participation and leadership in decision-making processes and advocate for policies that promote gender diversity in governance, business, and other sectors to empower women to take on leadership roles.

  9. Gender Equity Alliances: Coalitions of organizations and individuals working to advance gender equity through policy advocacy and community engagement. They focus on issues such as workplace equality, access to affordable childcare, and gender-responsive budgeting to promote women's empowerment.

  10. Women's Health Coalitions: Advocate for policies and legislation that address the unique health needs and rights of women and girls, working to improve access to healthcare services, reproductive rights, and sexual health education through policy reform and advocacy initiatives.

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