Why gender equity is important in local self-government

Achieving gender equity in Ukrainian community, which means equal participation of men and women in all spheres of life, is an important vector of Ukraine's democratic development. Equal participation of women and men in decision-making plays a crucial role in the Reform of Local Self-Government and Territorial Organization of Power, as well as in the process of decentralisation.

Unhurian Iryna Heorhiivna, a leading specialist of the Department of Organizational and Information Work, Consideration of Public Appeals, Reporting, Control and Archival Affairs of the Office of the Executive Committee of Novoselytska AH of Chernivtsi Oblast, shares her opinion.


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