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Women’s economic empowerment in the Indian Ocean Rim: Progress and challenges | Digital library: Publications | UN Women – Headquarters Skip to main content English Español Français Who We Are Who we are - About us About us About UN Women Executive leadership Worldwide presence Guiding documents Who we are - Leadership Leadership Accountability Governance structure Executive Board Who we are - Work with us Work with us Employment Procurement Calls for proposals Contact us Image Executive Director What We Do What we do - Focus area Focus areas Ending violence against women Peace and security Humanitarian action Leadership and governance Economic empowerment Innovation and technology Women with disabilities Youth HIV and AIDS What we do - How we work How we work 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Commission on the Status of Women Intergovernmental support Partnerships UN system coordination Gender parity in the UN system Research and data Training Centre Image Gender parity in the United Nations News and Stories News and Stories - Latest Latest News Editorial series In focus News and Stories - Media center Media center Press releases Media contacts Image Expert’s take: Gender equality is critical for Afghanistan’s future, long-term development, and sustained peace Image Addressing the digital gender divide in Africa through the African Girls Can Code Initiative Resources Resources - Resources Resources Publications Annual report Resources - Column 2 GenderTerm Reprint permissions Image Annual report Learn the facts: Rural women and girls Get Involved Get involved - How to get involved How to get involved Events Campaigns Networks Social media Image Generation Equality Forum Image 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence close search Open Search Search Donate English Español Français Open Menu Breadcrumb Home Digital Library Publications Image Women’s economic empowerment in the Indian Ocean Rim: Progress and challenges Publication year: 2020 Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to E-mail The Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) recognizes that women’s economic empowerment is a prerequisite for sustainable development and is committed to achieving gender equality. However, despite demonstrable advances, the full potential of women’s contributions to the Indian Ocean Rim region remains untapped. While the IORA region is diverse, gender inequalities persist in all IORA countries, as women continue to face structural and institutional barriers to their economic empowerment and the enjoyment of their rights to and at work. (...) Additional documents Publication (PDF, 2.3MB) Interactive: The state of women’s economic empowerment in the Indian Ocean Rim: Explore the numbers (updated December 2020) Publishing entities United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) Economic empowerment Employment Entrepreneurship Gender statistics Gender wage gap Productive resources Unpaid work Related publications Women’s economic empowerment in fisheries in the blue economy of the Indian Ocean Rim: A baseline report 28 October 2020 Women’s economic empowerment in fisheries in the blue economy of the Indian Ocean Rim: A baseline report Migrant women and remittances: Exploring the data from selected countries 12 June 2020 Migrant women and remittances: Exploring the data from selected countries Domestic Workers Count Too: Implementing Protections for Domestic Workers 1 March 2013 Domestic Workers Count Too: Implementing Protections for Domestic Workers Scroll to top Footer Menu 1 Get involved News and stories Resources What we do Where we are Footer Menu 2 Partnerships Employment Procurement Contact us Footer Menu 3 Commission on the Status of Women Executive Board Donate Donate Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on Flickr Follow us on Snapchat Follow us on YouTube Follow us on Instagram Footer bottom [Menu] Information security Privacy Policy Report wrongdoing Terms of Use
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Score: 990649.2 - https://www.unwomen.org/en/dig...erment-in-the-indian-ocean-rim
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They are united by a shared commitment to the prosperity of the region through inclusive, sustainable economic growth and women’s economic empowerment. This report identifies some of the key trends and critical issues for the Indian Ocean Rim Association Member States to address in support of women’s substantive gender equality and economic advancement. It provides an overview of existing data on key aspects of women’s economic empowerment in Indian Ocean Rim countries using publicly available and comparable data. (...) Additional documents English Publishing entities United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Economic empowerment Education Environmental protection Gender discrimination Gender equality and inequality Macroeconomic policies Markets Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Related publications Women’s economic empowerment in fisheries in the blue economy of the Indian Ocean Rim: A baseline report 28 October 2020 Women’s economic empowerment in fisheries in the blue economy of the Indian Ocean Rim: A baseline report Gender, climate and security: Sustaining inclusive peace on the frontlines of climate change 9 June 2020 Gender, climate and security: Sustaining inclusive peace on the frontlines of climate change Leveraging digital finance for gender equality and women’s empowerment 24 September 2019 Leveraging digital finance for gender equality and women’s empowerment Scroll to top Footer Menu 1 Get involved News and stories Resources What we do Where we are Footer Menu 2 Partnerships Employment Procurement Contact us Footer Menu 3 Commission on the Status of Women Executive Board Donate Donate Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on Flickr Follow us on Snapchat Follow us on YouTube Follow us on Instagram Footer bottom [Menu] Information security Privacy Policy Report wrongdoing Terms of Use
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Women’s economic empowerment in fisheries in the blue economy of the Indian Ocean Rim: A baseline report | Digital library: Publications | UN Women – Headquarters Skip to main content English Español Français Who We Are Who we are - About us About us About UN Women Executive leadership Worldwide presence Guiding documents Who we are - Leadership Leadership Accountability Governance structure Executive Board Who we are - Work with us Work with us Employment Procurement Calls for proposals Contact us Image Executive Director What We Do What we do - Focus area Focus areas Ending violence against women Peace and security Humanitarian action Leadership and governance Economic empowerment Innovation and technology Women with disabilities Youth HIV and AIDS What we do - How we work How we work 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Commission on the Status of Women Intergovernmental support Partnerships UN system coordination Gender parity in the UN system Research and data Training Centre Image Gender parity in the United Nations News and Stories News and Stories - Latest Latest News Editorial series In focus News and Stories - Media center Media center Press releases Media contacts Image Expert’s take: Gender equality is critical for Afghanistan’s future, long-term development, and sustained peace Image Addressing the digital gender divide in Africa through the African Girls Can Code Initiative Resources Resources - Resources Resources Publications Annual report Resources - Column 2 GenderTerm Reprint permissions Image Annual report Learn the facts: Rural women and girls Get Involved Get involved - How to get involved How to get involved Events Campaigns Networks Social media Image Generation Equality Forum Image 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence close search Open Search Search Donate English Español Français Open Menu Breadcrumb Home Digital Library Publications Image Women’s economic empowerment in fisheries in the blue economy of the Indian Ocean Rim: A baseline report Publication year: 2020 Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to E-mail Women constitute nearly half of those employed in fisheries globally and are actively engaged in the industry in countries in the Indian Ocean Rim. (...) This report by UN Women, in partnership with the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF), examines the roles of women in fisheries and aquaculture in the Indian Ocean Rim region and the challenges and opportunities for their economic empowerment . (...) Additional documents Publication (PDF, 3.3MB) Publishing entities United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Climate change Economic empowerment Employment Green economy Rural women Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Water Related publications Women’s economic empowerment in the Indian Ocean Rim: Progress and challenges 16 December 2020 Women’s economic empowerment in the Indian Ocean Rim: Progress and challenges Migrant women and remittances: Exploring the data from selected countries 12 June 2020 Migrant women and remittances: Exploring the data from selected countries Gender, climate and security: Sustaining inclusive peace on the frontlines of climate change 9 June 2020 Gender, climate and security: Sustaining inclusive peace on the frontlines of climate change Scroll to top Footer Menu 1 Get involved News and stories Resources What we do Where we are Footer Menu 2 Partnerships Employment Procurement Contact us Footer Menu 3 Commission on the Status of Women Executive Board Donate Donate Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on Flickr Follow us on Snapchat Follow us on YouTube Follow us on Instagram Footer bottom [Menu] Information security Privacy Policy Report wrongdoing Terms of Use
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Shah, Member Secretary, Indian Planning Commission, stressed in his inaugural address that “Expert knowledge and tools are needed to adapt global standards and technologies to specific national and regional requirements. (...) This progress has brought major benefits both to Indian trade and the Indian Government. “Our priority is now to bring these benefits to the wider trade community, including Small and Medium Size Enterprises, by introducing new and integrated technologies such as UNeDocs”, Ramesh noted.   The Workshop recommended that the Indian Government and different stakeholders in eTrade establish a pool of national experts to prepare for a UNeDocs implementation.
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Score: 970380.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../press/pr2006/06trade_n01e.htm
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The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization which brings together five countries in the Indian Ocean region. (...) The IOC works towards strengthening relations among its Members States including in areas related to sustainable development from environmental protection to social and economic development. The Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Indian Ocean (UCCIOI) was set up in 2005 to promote the interests of the private sector at the regional level and represents the Chambers of Commerce of Mauritius, Reunion, Malagasy, Comoros, Mayotte and Seychelles. (...) Under the aegis of the Indian Ocean Commission, it aims to unify the islands under one tourism brand, increase connectivity to and intra islands, create new multi-destination products and attract more visitors to the Indian Ocean region as a whole.
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Score: 968246.6 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ar/aims-regional-support
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The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization which brings together five countries in the Indian Ocean region. (...) The IOC works towards strengthening relations among its Members States including in areas related to sustainable development from environmental protection to social and economic development. The Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Indian Ocean (UCCIOI) was set up in 2005 to promote the interests of the private sector at the regional level and represents the Chambers of Commerce of Mauritius, Reunion, Malagasy, Comoros, Mayotte and Seychelles. (...) Under the aegis of the Indian Ocean Commission, it aims to unify the islands under one tourism brand, increase connectivity to and intra islands, create new multi-destination products and attract more visitors to the Indian Ocean region as a whole.
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Score: 968246.6 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ru/aims-regional-support
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The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization which brings together five countries in the Indian Ocean region. (...) The IOC works towards strengthening relations among its Members States including in areas related to sustainable development from environmental protection to social and economic development. The Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Indian Ocean (UCCIOI) was set up in 2005 to promote the interests of the private sector at the regional level and represents the Chambers of Commerce of Mauritius, Reunion, Malagasy, Comoros, Mayotte and Seychelles. (...) Under the aegis of the Indian Ocean Commission, it aims to unify the islands under one tourism brand, increase connectivity to and intra islands, create new multi-destination products and attract more visitors to the Indian Ocean region as a whole.
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Score: 968246.6 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ar/node/2266
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The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization which brings together five countries in the Indian Ocean region. (...) The IOC works towards strengthening relations among its Members States including in areas related to sustainable development from environmental protection to social and economic development. The Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Indian Ocean (UCCIOI) was set up in 2005 to promote the interests of the private sector at the regional level and represents the Chambers of Commerce of Mauritius, Reunion, Malagasy, Comoros, Mayotte and Seychelles. (...) Under the aegis of the Indian Ocean Commission, it aims to unify the islands under one tourism brand, increase connectivity to and intra islands, create new multi-destination products and attract more visitors to the Indian Ocean region as a whole.
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Score: 968246.6 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ru/node/2266
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The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization which brings together five countries in the Indian Ocean region. (...) The IOC works towards strengthening relations among its Members States including in areas related to sustainable development from environmental protection to social and economic development. The Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Indian Ocean (UCCIOI) was set up in 2005 to promote the interests of the private sector at the regional level and represents the Chambers of Commerce of Mauritius, Reunion, Malagasy, Comoros, Mayotte and Seychelles. (...) Under the aegis of the Indian Ocean Commission, it aims to unify the islands under one tourism brand, increase connectivity to and intra islands, create new multi-destination products and attract more visitors to the Indian Ocean region as a whole.
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Score: 963948 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/aims-regional-support
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The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization which brings together five countries in the Indian Ocean region. (...) The IOC works towards strengthening relations among its Members States including in areas related to sustainable development from environmental protection to social and economic development. The Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Indian Ocean (UCCIOI) was set up in 2005 to promote the interests of the private sector at the regional level and represents the Chambers of Commerce of Mauritius, Reunion, Malagasy, Comoros, Mayotte and Seychelles. (...) Under the aegis of the Indian Ocean Commission, it aims to unify the islands under one tourism brand, increase connectivity to and intra islands, create new multi-destination products and attract more visitors to the Indian Ocean region as a whole.
Language:English
Score: 963948 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/es/aims-regional-support
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