UN Women Executive Director appreciates PM Mottley

Phumzile Mlambo appreciated the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley.

UN Women Executive Director appreciates PM Mottley
UN Women Executive Director appreciates PM Mottley

Barbados: Phumzile Mlambo appreciated the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley.

Phumzile Mlambo tweeted, Progress in reaching gender parity in all decision-making levels is too slow. We need more women in leadership. In the lead up to #IWD2021 & #CSW65, I am highlighting women leaders like Prime Minister of Barbados, @miaamormottley. Join us and be part of #GenerationEquality

Phumzile Mlambo is Executive Director of UN Women, ONU Femmes, and ONU Mujeres and a champion for women & girls worldwide. She is a South African-politician and United Nations official.

Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley is one of the prominent leaders in the Caribbean. Under her leadership, Barbados became the first Caribbean country to receive the vaccine from India due to bilateral relationships.

Moreover, She is the eighth Prime Minister of the nation and the first-ever female PM of Barbados. She always chooses to speak her mind fearlessly.

Back then, in 2019, PM Mottley challenged the world to reinvent the international order and do rightly by small island nations that are on the frontlines of the climate-crisis, fighting for their survival in the war they did not start.

Ms. Mottley defended small islanders’ rights-bearing the brunt of the climate emergency, saying she was committed to empowering them, giving them an opportunity, a voice, and a presence, even when others cannot or refuse to see them.

PM of India, Narendra Modi, also tweeted about her, Thank you, PM @miaamormottley. The particular friendship between our nations has always helped us bridge geographic distances. #VaccineMaitri is proud to support the vaccination efforts of Barbados and other CARICOM countries.

Matthew Wilson, Chief of Staff- ITC. Former Barbadian with 20 yrs experience in trade & dev. Love of Jazz & travel. Advocate 4 equality & human rights tweeted,” @miaamormottley is an inspiration. We need more good women in leadership & men to need to be partners in making that happen.”

The world is celebrating International Women’s Day, in which generation equality is the primary goal. Women have been experienced baseless patriarchy and abundant discrimination. But women like Mia Mottley and Phumzile Mlambo make their lives and set an example for young girls to stand straight and face all their fears.

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