Discrimination

Gender Inequality in the World

Global gender inequality has been increasing day by day. The Gender Snapshots of 2023 play a significant role in today’s environment. It has now become extremely pivotal to understand the crux of true gender equality.

UN Women and UNESCO have done a survey that will determine the state of gender equality. They laid down a framework with 17 Sustainable Development Goals that would help them achieve it by 2030.

Currently, there are more than 340 million women and girls are subjected to poverty by the year 2030. This alarming rate of 4% can even grapple with the alarm of extreme food insecurity by that year.

There has been significant progress in various sectors as we approach the SDG agendas of 2030. Here are some of the goals that have been raised in it. They are:

No Poverty

The SDG report expects that by 2030, 8% of the global female population will continue to live on less than $2.15 a day. Around 42% of the countries would only face the sex-disaggregated poverty that would impede the targeted interventions.

Zero Hunger

In order to narrow the gender gap, this also plays an indispensable part in coming up with food security. By 2030, women and girls will only face moderate food insecurity by 2030.

Gender Equality

It has limited progress with just two of its goal indicators. However, without the above two, it becomes difficult to achieve their targets.

In order to achieve gender equality, it’s important to let go of any sort of deep-seated bias. Other than that, unequal health access and improper political representation also play a major role in not gaining any proper representation in society.

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Titas Ghosh Chaudhury
Titas is a lawyer with a penchant for writing. In her leisure hours she likes to read books and collect Pokemon plushies and stay updated with different law judgements.

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