disaters and women, economic security, emergencies, empowering women, federally administered tribal areas, fundamental rights, human rights, metered, Pakistan, people's plan of action, post crisis needs accessment, resource materials, UN Women, un women news, un women pakistan, United Nations, violence against women, women advocacy, women advocates, women and conflict, women and girls, women and violence, women dialogue, women empowerment, women in development, women peace security, women's advocacy, women's equality
Hassan Naqvi – Express Tribune – Friday, 12 July 2013 (originally published 08 Jul)
LAHORE: UN Women is set to launch a five-year programme on social stabilisation and reconstruction.
Talking to The Express Tribune, Programme Specialist Fehmida Iqbal said that the plan was aimed at ensuring institutional accountability and facilitating women by giving them a forum to voice their demands.
Iqbal said first steps in stabilisation efforts would include access to justice and accountability, physical and economic security, active citizenship and social cohesion. She said this would strengthen institutions for disaster risk management and disaster risk reduction. She said it would also naturally pave the way for women empowerment within communities . . .