publication . Article . 2015

WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN THE POLITICAL SPHERE- MACEDONIAN AND INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Dana Nikolov;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Oct 2015 Journal: Journal of Process Management. New Technologies (issn: 2334-735X, eissn: 2334-7449, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: KD Mapro
Abstract
Gender equality is a key issue that concernsall government entities in the world and the extent of its legal regulation depends on the inclusion of women in the political sphere of a state. Early women's rights movement dates back to the 1830s when women began speaking publicly against slavery. Since then, the performance by women on the legal and political scene is in continuous progression, but it is not sufficient. Currently the country with the largest number of women in political office is Rwanda, holding the world record with 64% representation. Other countries where women's inclusion in politics is high are the Scandinavian countries, led by Sweden. Contr...
Subjects
free text keywords: gender equality, women's rights, politics, decision making process, women's inclusion, woman in diplomacy, Technology (General), T1-995

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