Redouble efforts for gender equality at work in Latin America and the Caribbean. | SMN News

LIMA (ILO News):— During the last 20 years, the inclusion of women in the labour market has been sustained in Latin America and the Caribbean, which has allowed 131 million women to participate in the labour force. However, there is still a long way to go to achieve gender equality in the region, the ILO warned today.
“Women must play an important role in the future of the work we want, that is why the region should redouble its efforts to close the gaps between women and men,” said ILO Regional Director a.i. for Latin America and the Caribbean,

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