Riyadh: Saudi organized a forum related to gender equality in workplaces. The forum was attended by local and international representatives. The forum that lasted the previous day ended today. The program was inaugurated by the Director General of Saudi Public Administration Department, Bandar Al Sajan.
Representatives from 150 countries participated in the forum. Representatives of Gulf countries like Bahrain and UAE also participated in the meeting. Representatives from Australia, Spain, Mexico, Jordan, Morocco and Kazakhstan also took part in the forum. Experts and specialists in the field from different countries participated in the meeting. A number of regional and international organizations have been part of the forum, including the UN, the Islamic World Educational Organization and the International Labor Organization.
The forum provided a platform for delegates to share successful experiences on gender equality. The forum was organized as part of achieving the goals for sustainable development under Saudi’s 2030 plan. A number of projects and training programs will be organized at the forum to eliminate gender disparity. The forum provided a platform to discuss the gender gap by presenting objective facts and figures.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS: Riyadh forum tackles gender equality with UN, OECD in attendance