ORU Fogar: Córdoba promoted the creation of a new Working Group for Gender Equality – News Web

  • This is a joint initiative between the Women’s Ministries of Córdoba and Catalonia.
  • It will address the main challenges in terms of equality within the framework of the 2030 Agenda.

The Minister of Women, Claudia Martínez, participated last Monday in the General Assembly of ORU Fogar, within the framework of which she promoted the creation of a new Working Group focused on Gender Equality.

This is an initiative promoted together with Tànya Verge Mestre, Minister of Equality and Feminisms of the Generalitat of Catalonia, which aims to work on a common agenda regarding women’s rights.

«This initiative responds to the urgent need for radical and systemic transformations to accelerate the empowerment of women and girls and achieve gender equality in the world»said Claudia Martínez.

Furthermore, the minister thus reaffirmed the «commitment to the obligation that regional governments have to actively contribute to the achievement of the sustainable development objectives of the 2030 Agenda and those proposed by the Beijing Platform for Action of the United Nations Organization».

Furthermore, within the framework of the meeting that was attended by the Secretary General of ORU Fogar, Carles Llorens, mention was made of the Regional Good Practices Award received by the Ministry of Women of the Province of Córdoba, by virtue of the development of the model of the Women’s Integral Polo

It is worth remembering that this model developed in Córdoba was recognized among more than 30 initiatives from around the world. This Award given by ORU Fogar highlights projects that have contributed to the advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals promoted by the United Nations.

In this way, Córdoba continues working to strengthen the international agenda on Gender Equality in our region.


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