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Political Representation & Participation – Reading the Constitution from Women’s Perspective

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The final roundtable of "Reclaiming The Space: Reading the Constitution from Women's Perspective" conference explored women's political participation. Discussions highlighted obstacles and proposed amendments for meaningful representation. Recommendations included explicit inclusion of women in key positions and establishing a 33% seat quota.

Women’s Empowerment – Reading the Constitution from Women’s Perspective

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Day 2 of "Reclaiming The Space: Reading the Constitution from Women's Perspective" conference emphasized women's empowerment. Discussions covered resource access, support systems, and gender-responsive budgeting. Recommendations included policy prioritization, human rights institutions, constitutional language review, and inclusive education.

Language – Reading the Constitution from Women’s Perspective

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Day 1 of "Reclaiming The Space: Reading the Constitution from Women's Perspective" conference focused on Constitutional Language. Experts highlighted gender biases and the need for inclusive language. Recommendations included revisiting drafting and using gender-neutral terms.

Reclaiming The Space: Reading the Constitution from Women’s Perspective

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The Ministry of Law & Justice, in collaboration with the Women's Parliamentary Caucus, successfully concluded a seminar titled "Reclaiming The Space: Reading the Constitution from Women's Perspective" on 5th-6th June 2023. The seminar aimed to promote gender equality in Pakistan by analyzing constitutional provisions and proposing amendments. Exciting recommendations emerged, emphasizing women's empowerment and equal standing in society.