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Bangladesh comes in NAM conference discussion as role model of women’s empowerment

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The TBH Desk

The name of Bangladesh has been uttered in discussion stage of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) conference as a role model of women’s empowerment. Barrister Miti Sanjana, a women’s right advocate from Bangladesh, who attended the conference, said that Bangladesh has emerged as a role model for women’s progress and empowerment under the dynamic leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina.

She also said that the prime minister of the country has been an influential figure in shaping the lives of Bangladeshi women.

NAM is the world’s largest international organization after the United Nations, currently comprising 120 members spanning all four corners of the globe. For the past years, Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev held the chairperson’s position. The Non-Aligned Movement Conference on Advancing the Rights and Empowerment of Women has kicked off in Baku.

The conference was held on 20th and 21st November 2023 drawing heads of state and government of different countries at Azerbaijan, the capital of Baku.

The conference was co-organized by Azerbaijan, the current Chair of the Non-Aligned Movement, as well as Uganda and Uzbekistan, the next chairs of the organization.

At the first day of conference hold side event organized by Institute of Young Democrats provided an excellent opportunity for NAM Member States, UN entities and NGOs to discuss themes of the women rights and women empowerment other critical gender equality issues.

The Institute for Young Democrats is a national human rights organization of Azerbaijan that believes in putting women and girls’ rights at the heart of the global recovery for a gender-equal world.

The conference featured discussions on topics such as the development of women’s rights and empowerment of women within the NAM, as well as women`s important role in sustainable development, economic growth, peace and security issues and other areas.

The conference is attended by nearly 60 delegations, including the representatives of the NAM member states and the states with observer status under the organization, international organizations, as well as the high-ranking officials invited as special guests.

In her opening speech, Chairperson of Azerbaijan’s State Committee for Family, Women and Children Affairs Bahar Muradova read out President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev’s address to the event participants.

Chairperson institute of Young Democrats Ms. Hajiyeva said: I am proud to welcome such a high-level guests, participants, composed entirely of NAM members state . This is a first for the NAM region countries and doing so, we have sent a strong signal that women´s empowerment and gender equality are at the top of our agenda.

Throughout its history, the NAM has played a fundamental role in the preservation of world peace and security.

The chairmanship of NAM will be built on three main priorities, among others increasing the effectiveness of the Movement to further enhance the reputation of the organisation on the global stage.

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