Advancing the economic empowerment and autonomy of women in the Caribbean through the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
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This paper is focused on the economic empowerment and autonomy of women and girls as a strategy for accelerating gender equality through the implementation of the SDGs, which provides the framework for mainstreaming gender issues into all stages of national policies and programmes. In making this argument, the paper highlights some of the major challenges facing the Caribbean subregion in its efforts to achieve greater equality, particularly gender equality, and to promote sustainable development for all.
List of abbreviations. -- Abstract. -- Introduction. -- Conceptual and definitional issues. -- Gender and the economy in the Caribbean subregion. -- Decent work. -- Conclusions and recommendations. -- Bibliography.
SerieStudies and Perspectives Series – The Caribbean No. 60
ECLAC Subtopics2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ; PUBLIC POLICIES ; WOMEN'S ECONOMIC AUTONOMY ; GENDER
United Nations SubtopicsWOMEN ; WOMEN'S ADVANCEMENT ; EMPOWERMENT ; ECONOMIC ASPECTS ; WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT ; DECENT WORK ; SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS ; GENDER MAINSTREAMING ; GENDER EQUALITY ; POLICY MAKING ; DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Country / RegionCARIBBEAN REGION