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THE SALARY OF FEMALE LEADERS IN SAMARKAND WILL INCREASE

THE SALARY OF FEMALE LEADERS IN SAMARKAND WILL INCREASE

At the initiative of the Samarkand regional branch of the Agency for Public Service Development under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, an open conversation on

"Gender equality in public service" was held at the library named A.S Pushkin in Samarkand.  It was attended by local government officials, as well as women working in government agencies and organizations, female leaders and students of higher education institutions.

 The issues of preparation women for leadership positions in state bodies and organizations of the region, local state authorities, their gradual professional development, personal and professional development, in general, the achievement of gender equality were discussed in detail as the primary goal of the conversation.

 First of all, analytical data on women in the public service, information on the procedure for working with reserve candidates were provided.  The causes and consequences of the lack of female leaders in the publicl service, as well as the problems they face in this regard, were also made clear.  It should be noted that 1224 (17.1%) of the 7,200 public civil servants in the region are women.  Of these, only 158 (11.6%) are female leaders.  They also work mainly in the preschool education, public service agency, and neighborhood and family support departments.

 At the end of the event, it is planned to establish close relation with active women, prepare them for future leadership positions, hold regular meetings, open conversations, find common solutions to problems of gender equality.


Date edited: 27/01/2021 09:05.   Views: 504
 
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