Under the theme “Emirati Women in Entrepreneurship”, the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC) and the Department of Economic Development (DED), Dubai, organized a ceremony to celebrate the Emirati Women’s Day, which fell on August 28, 2019.
In line with the leadership’s vision to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment across sectors, the Ministry of Economy and the Gender Balance Council agreed
The prejudiced views include: that men are better politicians and business leaders than women; that going to university is more important for men than women; and that men should get preferential treatment in competitive job markets.
Thousands took to the streets across the globe to mark International Women's Day on Sunday despite the coronavirus outbreak forcing the cancellation of a slew of events in Asia, as violence marred some European gatherings.
The increasing number of startups led by female founders in the UAE is a telling indication of their empowerment. For its third cohort of the year, Hub71 selected 19 new startups with headquarters in nine countries, specialised in 11 sectors,
Masdar, a global clean energy pioneer, has several initiatives in place to educate Emirati women and girls in renewable energy and sustainability.
“This Emirati Women's Day, we celebrate every Emirati woman who dared to dream, create and push boundaries. #BurjKhalifa #EmiratiWomensDay #motherofthenation…”
There is no match for the UAE, when it comes to women’s empowerment and gender equality. Emirati women are certainly lucky to be supported and empowered by the UAE’s leadership, enabling them to participate
Once again the UAE has shown that when it comes to championing the cause of women or their rights, it is no mute spectator or a back bencher.