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How To Achieve Gender Equality For Sustainable Development

Gender equality is essential for sustainable development, yet not enough action is being taken - here's what should be done

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Gender equality is often seen as a key factor in the world's sustainable development efforts. From supporting women and girls in their education and career opportunities, to ensuring that they have adequate access to health services and resources, it is essential that gender equality be achieved for us to move towards a more equitable future. In fact, gender equality is essential for sustainable development. We cannot move towards a livable and equitable future without first addressing the issues of inequality between males and females.

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