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Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 7:00am
It is a reminder for gender equality, to amplify girls' voices meaningfully, and to support their presence and leadership.
- It is a reminder for gender equality, to amplify girls' voices meaningfully, and to support their presence and leadership.
- Women's effective participation and leadership have been recognized by UN Women reports to improve productivity, enhance ecosystem conservation, and create more sustainable systems.
- We believe that promoting women and youth leadership can significantly contribute to the development of a country.
- Next year, Indonesia will be trusted to host the G20 Summit, which will focus on three pillars: promoting productivity, increasing resilience and stability, and ensuring sustainable and inclusive growth.