Ensuring women's economic empowerment and access to and control over resources requires an integrated approach to growth and development, focused on gender-responsive employment promotion and informed by the interdependency between economic and social development. Social objectives need to be incorporated into economic policies. Economic growth strategies should give attention to the real economy and focus on creating a gender-sensitive macroeconomic environment, full employment and decent work, access to land, property and other productive resources as well as financial services, and full coverage of social protection measures. The Survey outlines a number of concrete recommendations in these critical areas, which if adopted, will facilitate women's equitable access to and control over economic and financial resources.The project targeted employers in the public and private sectors, recruitment consultants and potential women senior managers. ... While there has been a decline in the gender wage gap in the manufacturing sector in some countries, such as Costa Rica and the United ... on aGender Equality as a Competitive Advantage, a available at: http://www.norway-un.org/ Selected+Topics/Gender+ Equality/. 27 Seeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Women's Control Over Economic Resources and Access to Financial Resources|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2009-01-01|