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Manpreet Singh
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In social, economic, and political developments, women play an important and essential role. Their results are significant when it comes to increasing the status of women in all aspects of life and, in particular, in the last ten years, radically transform the perception and role of women in different and different fields, including leadership and decision-making. The international and regional contexts however threaten these achievements, and in view of the political openness of the Arab world, which pushes us towards new horizons in the areas of human rights, political contribution, and participation, women still need to support empowerment and exploit their capabilities and potential. Equality between women and men is first a social justice issue, allowing for equal access to rights, resources, and opportunities. But it also enriches and secures our societies. In other words, equality between men and women is a condition of growth and a sustainable peace and security issue.

It is first a question of values — women are empowered to reap the benefits of the whole community. Women in the region faced numerous hurdles as extremist groups became more violent, while extremism, intolerance, and exclusion affected this area and undermined past accomplishments. This retreat damaged the concept of equality between men and women and the exercise of rights for women. It also means that movements can identify their own aims and indications of success by the use of a framework on gender justice. We are committed to mitigating the effects of the discrimination, racism, and toxic practices of traditional Global North philanthropists, organizations, and structures by adopting grassroots movement leadership and participatory grants. Our interdisciplinary approach best expresses the term ‘gender justice’ that focuses on the different needs, experiences, and leadership of persons most affected by prejudice and oppression. This strategy supports equity (equal resource distribution, access, and possibilities) and equality (equal outcomes for all).