On April 20, 2022, the Chairman of the Women’s Council of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage – M. Abbasova organized a meeting of the University Women’s Council with activists.
At the meeting, M. Abbasova shared her impressions about her participation in the republican training seminar on the topic “Increasing the socio-political activity of women, issues of gender equality and gender culture”, held on April 14-15 this year.
This seminar was organized by the Urgench State University, which was attended by more than 150 chairmen of the Women’s Advisory Councils of higher educational institutions. The issues addressed in the curricula are aimed at further expanding the opportunities created in the country for women, raising the level of reforms carried out in Uzbekistan to support women, creating a solid foundation for protecting women from harassment and violence, as well as addressing the urgent challenges facing the higher education system, cooperation between law enforcement agencies and educational institutions, the development of family relations and the role of women in ensuring the stability of the socio-spiritual environment in educational institutions, the culture of dressing students-girls.
N.Abduvakhidova, head of the “Cooperation with mahallas, youth and organization of events” Department, also paid special attention to the relevance of the issues raised at the republican training seminar. Focusing on increasing the socio-political activity of women, issues of gender equality and gender culture, the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan signed a decree on the advanced principle “For human dignity”, in particular, on such an unpleasant situation as the violence that we face today in our society, and the need to consolidate efforts to overcome it, eliminate all forms of discrimination in the field of women’s rights, he separately dwelled on the need to avoid such situations as much as possible.
During the meeting, the participants asked many questions and considered proposals. Further actions have been identified on the issues discussed.