Women Leaders Make ‘Profound Difference’ In Pandemic Response, Recovery, U.N. Deputy SG Mohammed Says At Virtual Meeting

U.N. News: ‘Women Rise for All’ to shape leadership in pandemic response and recovery
“Although the COVID-19 pandemic has generated an unprecedented global health, humanitarian, and development crisis, it has also revealed the power of women’s leadership, according to the U.N. Deputy Secretary-General. ‘Over the past months, people around the world have come to see what many of us already knew: women’s leadership makes a profound difference,’ Amina Mohammed said on Tuesday. … Ms. Mohammed was addressing Women Rise for All, a virtual gathering of influential women from across different regions, sectors, and generations, to examine how their leadership is shaping pandemic response and recovery that benefits all people… (7/14).

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