The Queen Mother also expressed admiration and support for the Ministry of Women’s Affairs for mentioning the topic “Women and development on Covid-19 context” to be marked as International Women’s Day on March 8.
A message celebrating the 110th International Women’s Day on March 8 and obtained by The Post on March 7 said that the Queen Mother noted that women and girls have fully exercised the rights and opportunities to develop their knowledge, skills, techniques and resources which are the foundation of global human rights, equality in partnerships and in family living, and potential participation in the context of the development of society.
A letter from prime minister Hun Sen on March 8 read that the topic “Women and development on Covid-19 context” has shown the active participation of women in the development work at all levels, sectors and all under circumstances in line with the Rectangular Strategy Phase IV that women are the backbone of the national economy and society.
Meas Sa Im, deputy head of women’s and children’s affairs at Adhoc, said that civil society organizations had a joint topic celebrating the 110th International Women’s Day on March 8. The joint topic is “Genuine democracy leads to social protection systems and justice for women and all”.
She explained that if there is genuine democracy, it might lead to social protection systems that are not only for women – it means that justice is for all and the common good for all.
According to phnompenhpost.com